OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) –
One day after Overland Park voted to change the rules on carrying a gun in the open, the city is dealing with some questions.
The Overland Park city council voted 11-1 Monday night to allow residents to openly carry their handguns in most public places for the first time.
The move comes after the state legislature passed a law essentially making it illegal for cities to restrict gun owners from carrying their weapons openly in public. The state attorney general recently confirmed the validity of the law.