During the 2017 Legislative session many groups fought hard to end Campus Carry, but on July 1, 2017, concealed carry of firearms – without permit or training – will be allowed on all public college and university campuses in Kansas. Kansas Against Campus Carry is a statewide network of students, faculty and staff, parents and grandparents, and public health and law enforcement officials, working to repeal that law.

2018 Session Updates:

The article offers a good overview of the gun bill before our legislature:

House Federal & State Affairs (report regarding firearms safety education in schools bill-HB 2460).
Senate Federal & State Affairs (report about SCR 1611-a concurrent resolution regarding a convention of the States for the purpose of amending the U.S. Constitution; HB 2042regarding reciprocal licensing for firearms at age 18; HB 2145 Gun Possession Violations).

Groups to Follow (click the name):

Kansans Against Campus Carry

Mom’s Demand Action