How They Voted
The Kansas Senate and House last week voted to override a veto by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius of a law that would allow Kansas residents 21 or older who are U.S. citizens to carry a concealed weapon. The bill becomes law in July.
The Senate voted 30-10 to override the veto; the House voted 91-33 to override.
Here's how area Senators voted (a yes vote favored overriding the veto):
De Soto's representatives in the Legislature, Sen. Kay O'Connor, R-Olathe, and Rep. Anthony Brown, R-Eudora, voted to override the veto.