Knife Rights en Kansas One Of The 'Knife-Friendliest States' In The Nation <p>Kansas residents may now carry switchblades, daggers and other types of knives in most public places.<br><br>The law took effect July 1.<br><br><a href="">A group called Knife Rights</a> was the driving force behind the change. The group says the Second Amendment protects the right to keep and bear knives as well as firearms.<br><br>Knife Rights lobbyist Todd Rathner says the law makes Kansas one of the knife-friendliest states in the nation because it also prohibits local governments from enforcing any type of knife ordinance.<br> Mon, 29 Jul 2013 12:09:13 +0000 Associated Press 21103 at