Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says his office is working overtime to keep up with the influx of applications for concealed-carry permits.Schmidt's office received almost 3,500 in April, making it the third-highest month since the state's licensing program began in 2007.The office also received a record 4,072 applications in March for the licenses.Schmidt says his office has been criticized for not processing applications within the legal maximum of 90 days.
Gun rights advocates say the Kansas attorney general's office is struggling to process a record number of applications for concealed carry permits on time.
The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents expects the board to reconsider its policy banning concealed weapons on state university campuses.
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Kan. Senate Debating Union Contribution Bill
A bill keeping public employee unions in Kansas from deducting money from members' paychecks for political activities is advancing in the Legislature.
The Senate is scheduled to debate it Thursday, and it's expected to pass.