Georgia Faculty Worry College Students are Too Immature to Carry a Gun

, Spencer Irvine, 1 Comment


Or these professors and faculty members just don’t like guns:

Many professors, students, staff and university presidents across Georgia are speaking out against a new bill which allows for concealed carry on campus saying they fear being shot by disgruntled students, that the suicide rate may grow, and that many students are too impulsive and immature to carry a gun.

Current state law doesn’t allow concealed carry on campus, however, HB 859, which passed in a state senate committee on Monday, would allow anyone aged 21 or over with a weapons license to carry a concealed gun on public college campuses in Georgia, with the exception of dormitories, Greek houses and athletic events.

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