Study shows that Kansas permit holders commit few crimes. Not surprisingly, the oppinion of a criminal justice professor from Wichita State attempts to minimize the effect of conceal carry.
Good news for the good guys in this story. http://www.salina.com/news/story/k6967-BC-KS-ConcealCarry-Crim-1stLd-Writethru-11-19-0809-clone-clone
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Notice the line near the end of the article about a felony conviction getting a 5-10 year revocation. I thought a felony would be a lifetime revocation.