City Hall in Wichita is crawling with police officers. Security at the door makes everyone go through metal detectors and X-rays. But across the state, many city or state-run buildings aren’t as tightly locked down.
“It’s a constitutional issue at the end of the day,” said Wichita City Council Member Michael O’Donnell.
O’Donnell fought to allow citizens to carry guns legally in more public-owned places within the city.
“It’s our right guaranteed in the Constitution,” O’Donnell said. “The City of Wichita should not be able to dictate if we abide by that Constitution or the Kansas Constitution. We should conform to that.”
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