The fight is raging on in Topeka over whether to roll back a law that would let almost anyone carry a concealed gun on a college campus or in a library or public hospital.
The debate has mostly been around whether guns enhance or detract from people’s safety.
Less talked about is just how much allowing guns on campuses could cost.
For one Kansas City area institution, it could run into the millions.
Most Kansas Board of Regents institutions have said they have little choice but to let people carry concealed weapons on university or community college campuses.