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Kansas House votes to drop age to 18 to carry a concealed weapon

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The Kansas House passed a bill that would drop the age to carry a concealed weapon to 18.

Right now, anyone 21 years or older can carry a firearm concealed without a permit. Under the proposed law, anyone from 18 to 21 would have to take mandatory training before they could carry a concealed firearm.

The bill now goes to the Senate, but there's no word on when it could go up for a vote.

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