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HB 2118 - Conceal and Carry - Key Vote

Kansas Key Votes

Kevin Yoder voted Yea (Conference Report Vote) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Conference Report Adopted (Senate) (30-9) - (Key vote)

Title: Conceal and Carry

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to adopt a conference report that sets fees and qualification requirements for applying for a license to carry a concealed firearm in the state of Kansas, including showing a valid driver’s license, submitting to a weapons safety course, and paying a $150 fee divided between the county sheriff and the Kansas Attorney General. The bill also prohibits concealed weapons in specified areas, and bans convicted felons and citizens convicted of certain misdemeanors from obtaining a license. Additionally, the bill establishes a process by which a person who was ordered to receive treatment for mental illness or substance abuse would be allowed to obtain a license once a “certificate of restoration” was issued at least 5 years after treatment.

Legislation - Conference Report Adopted (House) (93-24) - (Key vote)

Title: Conceal and Carry

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to adopt a conference report that sets fees and qualification requirements for applying for a license to carry a concealed firearm in the state of Kansas, including showing a valid driver’s license, submitting to a weapons safety course, and paying a $150 fee divided between the county sheriff and the Kansas Attorney General. The bill also prohibits concealed weapons in specified areas, and bans convicted felons and citizens convicted of certain misdemeanors from obtaining a license. Additionally, the bill establishes a process by which a person who was ordered to receive treatment for mental illness or substance abuse would be allowed to obtain a license once a “certificate of restoration” was issued at least 5 years after treatment.

Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (40-0) -
Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (122-1) -
Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Conceal and Carry

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