Kansas Reciprocity?

Kansas Reciprocity?

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    Kansas Reciprocity?

    Anyone have any thoughts or informed opinions about Kansas Reciprocity now that Phil Kline was not re-elected?
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    I don't know where Morrison stands on CCW, it never was an issue during the election.
    His website doesn't mention his views either, he wants to "Keep Kansans safe". and this quote: "Paul will not be distracted by a personal agenda..."

    Take that for what it's worth.
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    In the hands of Morrison...

    In the page of "frequently asked questions" regarding the Kansas CCW law it says this:

    Kansas Government website on CCW

    * Does Kansas allow for reciprocity with other states that issue CCH licenses?

    Answer: SB 418 specifies that the Kansas Attorney General is to review the laws of other states and make a determination on whether to grant reciprocity to CCH licenses issued by other states
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    So the answer is entirely in the hands of one man - the newly elected Democrat Attorney General Morrison. Who knows what he will do?

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    When is the current AG's last day in office?
    If it's sometime in January after the 1st, that would give the current AG a little time to set up agreements. And hopefully once they are in place, the new AG won't get rid of them.

    We can only hope that the current AG is working on these agreements now, so that on January 1 he can list a bunch of states that are valid in KS.

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    It is hoped that Phil Kline will have some reciprocity agreements worked out before he leaves office in January. The guidelines seem to me to leave a lot of discretion to the A.G. Phil Kline is more likely to interpret them as broadly as possible than Morrison is.

    I guess we'll know a lot more 2 months from now.

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    I'd say that is the least of their worries right now. They will have it I suspect but with who and how many is to be determand. I hope they follow in Missouri's foot step's and accept every state's CCW liscense but I doubt that will happen. Resiprocity will be the last thing that will done come January when permits are good and they start handing them out. I would bet that a push from the people with the AG's office will be needed to make things move faster, because most of the time they are clueless in the process and what is needed.


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    We'll have to wait and see I guess. Just because he's a Democrat doesn't necessarily mean he's anti. The fact that he's a K-State grad and not KU is a good sign!
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    I'm in KCMO, but I have a Utah non-resident. I'm kind of doubtful Kansas will honor the relatively-easy-to-acquire Utah CCW license, but we'll see!

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    For reciprocity, the state must have training requirements at least as strict as Kansas training. If there is no training, or if there is less training required to get a CCW in a state, KS will not accept it.

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