Gun ban for domestic abusers headed to governor

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A bill that would prohibit the arming of domestic abusers is headed to the governor after receiving final approval in the Kansas House.

The Kansas House voted 113-6 to agree with Senate amendments to the legislation and send it to the governor.

Among other things, the bill would make gun possession illegal for someone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor . . .


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