Republican Attorney General Kris Kobach on Tuesday urged lawmakers to cut the fee that his agency charges for concealed-carry permits in Kansas by 75%.
Making good on a promise he made during his campaign for attorney general, Kobach is proposing to eliminate the $100 fee that's charged for concealed-carry permits plus the $25 renewal fee and any late fees.
The cost of a concealed-carry permit would still cost $32.50 that's paid to the sheriff in the county where the applicant resides . . .
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