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Kansas Senate Votes to Let State and Fed Prosecutors Carry Guns in Court

Well,  maybe defendants will be a little better behaved if prosecutors pack heat. Who knows?

By CARL MANNING
The Associated Press
TOPEKA — Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman thinks allowing prosecutors to carry concealed guns in county courthouses could give them an added measure of protection if they ever needed it.
And on Thursday, the Senate voted 39-0 for a bill that would let county, state and federal prosecutors – including Attorney General Steve Six and his assistants – carry concealed guns into county courthouses.
“The courthouse is our workplace where we come in contact with people who pose us the greatest threat,” said Gorman, who been prosecuting criminals in Kansas City, Kan., for 28 years.
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