No guns allowed: Overland Park businesses tackle ordinance

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- More than 100 businesses in Overland Park have recently posted "No Gun" signs in their windows.

It's part of reaction to the city's new open carry ordinance that allows anyone to walk around with a gun in plain sight.

FOX 4's Rob Low with the story.

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