New Kansas concealed weapons law includes state buildings

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- Don't be surprised if you see people carrying guns inside Kansas state buildings.  Beginning Monday, legally licensed firearms will be allowed in all state office buildings -- that's unless they're listed as exempt under the new law.

The 2013 Kansas legislature passed a measure permitting concealed cary of guns in public buildings with certain exceptions.

State correctional facilities, courtrooms and law enforcement agencies are generally exempt from the new law.

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