Regents Say KU Must Revise Gun Policy Clause

posted on May 23, 2017

According to an Associated Press report, the Kansas Board of Regents has ruled that the University of Kansas must change a clause from its concealed weapons policy.

The University had attempted to require anyone carrying a firearm in a handbag, purse or backpack to keep those items physically with them at all times. The revised university policy will read: “Each individual who lawfully possesses a handgun on any of the University campuses shall at all times have that handgun in the person’s custody and control."

Removal of the original clause unreasonably limiting firearms for law-abiding citizens was another win for concealed-carry advocates in the Sunflower State.

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