Recent gun laws in Kansas will go into effect on July 1st, but that may not be the case in Lawrence.
The Lawrence City Commission voted to send a letter of exemption to the Kansas Attorney General.
The letter would exempt the City of Lawrence from the new law allowing those with concealed carry permits to carry firearms into public buildings.
Lawrence would have six months to study other options, such as additional security systems and police enforcement at public buildings.
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