TOPEKA – (November 22, 2019) – Extreme restrictions by other states on the recognition of out-of-state concealed carry licenses unconstitutionally deprive Kansas travelers of their Second Amendment rights, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt told the U.S. Supreme Court in two legal briefs filed in the past week. “Kansans do not lose their constitutional rights when they make the decision to travel across our country,” Schmidt said. “The Second Amendment right to bear arms, like the freedom of speech or the freedom to exercise one’s religion, doesn’t stop at the border of certain states. Our fundamental rights belong to all Americans, and we are asking the Supreme Court to make that clear.” Kansas concealed carry permits are currently recognized as...
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AG Derek Schmidt: Second Amendment rights extend beyond the home, are not limited by state boundaries