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Monday, March 15, 2010

Topeka considers ban on open-carry

In Topeka, the city government is considering a ban on carrying loaded guns openly in public, a measure supported by the police chief. The city used to have much more restrictive rules, the Cap-Journal reports, but those were "accidentally" stopped in 2007, when the city adopted the Uniform Public Offense Code. The chief still supports concealed-carry.


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