Kan. districts could lose insurance coverage if employees carry guns

06/18/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

EMC Insurance Companies, which provides liability coverage to about 90% of school districts in Kansas, won't insure or renew coverage for districts that allow school employees to carry concealed weapons on campus under a new state law set to take effect July 1. Company officials say that allowing employees to carry weapons creates too much risk for the insurer. Other insurance providers reportedly have made similar decisions, the officials said.

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