COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohioans who have permits to carry concealed handguns will be allowed to do the same in Kansas under an agreement signed by the attorneys general in those states.
The same will be true for Kansas residents with valid permits who visit Ohio. People carrying concealed weapons in either location still must follow state laws on having, storing and using such firearms.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the deal he signed with Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt means Ohio has reciprocity agreements with a total of 23 states. Ohio law allows for such agreements with states where the eligibility requirements for carrying concealed weapons are "substantially comparable" to those in Ohio.
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