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Do you agree with Kansas legislators’ move to make state concealed carry laws less restrictive and more uniform across Kansas?

  • Yes, the same rules should apply to all Kansans.
  • Yes, the state’s gun control laws are too extreme.
  • No, the change would remove control from local leaders.
  • No, Kansas’ gun laws already are too loose.

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Monday, November 25, 2013 8:26 PM

Parents still upset after inaction over Central Heights practices

By ABBY ECKEL, Herald Staff Writer

RICHMOND — A lack of official action by the Central Heights school board has some parents displeased.

Board members last week chose not to vote on whether to change the timing of middle school practices after receiving parents’ responses to a survey given at parent-teacher conferences in October — effectively leaving the controversial policy the same without putting individual officials’ stances on the record. The issue arose after some parents complained to the school board about students practicing during school hours.

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