Wichita The City Council in Wichita has lifted the ban on concealed firearms in more than 100 public buildings.
KAKE-TV reports the council voted 4-3 on party lines Tuesday for a city ordinance allowing citizens to carry concealed guns in 111 buildings, mostly parks and recreation facilities. The ordinance also applies to 19 fire stations, four public works facilities and six garages.
A Kansas law that legalized concealed carry allows each city to adopt its own ordinance.
According to KAKE, Wichita originally banned concealed firearms in all 392 city-owned buildings.