Kansas higher ed officials say concealed carry probably inevitable

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The Kansas Board of Regents is expected to adopt a temporary resolution to keep in place the current no-weapons policy at the state universities, including Kansas University.

But having guns on campuses in some form in the future is probably inevitable, according to Regents Vice Chairman Fred Logan Jr.

The move comes in response to a measure signed into law last month by Gov. Sam Brownback that authorizes concealed carry licensees to carry a concealed handgun into any state or municipal building except those that have "adequate security measures," such as metal detectors.

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