What? Only in Austin, Texas does this make any sense (if it makes any sense at all, to begin with).
Topic: campus carry
The University of Texas-San Antonio is looking to curtail the Texas law that will allow concealed carry on college campuses at state colleges in the Lone Star State.
Concealed firearms violates their constitutional rights, say three college professors at University of Texas-Austin.
Yes, banning weapons used for self-defense sounds like a superb idea, if you want innocent lives lost. Thanks for nothing, Tennessee professors.
Good take from our friends over at the John William Pope Center: Eight states currently allow concealed carry permit holders to carry guns on all public college campuses. In Utah, campus carry has been on…
The University of Memphis president made the allegations in an e-mail to students. Photo by ilovememphis
It’s sad to read what happened when a handful of anti-campus carry activists tried to disrupt and exert pressure on state lawmakers. Photo by kjd
They fear that the bill, if passed and signed by the governor, will create a “Wild West” scenario at Georgia’s universities. Um, has that happened at any Texas university or college, which has a similar…
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…
The open carry law, which went into effect this year, also allows campus carry on all public universities. The University of Texas-Austin president says he’ll comply, but one would think he’ll be looking for loopholes.