Students Protest The Right To Carry ... Protected By Right-To-Carry Permit Holders
You would think that if you were frightened by the right to carry a firearm and you wanted to protest against it as a dangerous practice on your college campus, you'd choose to protest in a location that doesn’t allow firearms.
Chatterday: September 26, 2015
A collection of quotes from this week’s Tower of 2A Babble.
Two States Look To Expand Campus Carry Rights
Michigan and Wisconsin legislators are proposing bills that would allow licensed carry of concealed firearms in previously off-limits portions of college campuses, such as classroom buildings.
Texas Protesters Rally Against Campus Carry
The University of Texas at Austin continues to fight against concealed carry on campus.
State Senator Asks Texas AG To Keep Campus Carry Intact
Though SB11, Texas’ campus-carry law, doesn’t go into effect until August, last week faculty at University of Texas-Austin passed a measure against guns in classrooms, dorms and other buildings.
UT President Insists On Empty-Chamber Carry
Other provisions of the new policy include a ban on open carry, and retaining some gun-free zones on campus such as in dorms, medical facilities, labs and ticketed sporting events.
UT Dean Resigns Over Law Protecting 2A On Campus
Frederick Steiner opposes the new Texas law protecting CHL holders who carry on public college campuses.
University Of Texas Regents Postpone Vote On Guns
The University of Texas continues to grapple with campus carry.
Professors Sue University of Texas For Right to Ban Guns in Class
Texas campus carry is set to go into effect on Aug. 1.
Texas AG: Law Is Clear—Professors Lack Authority To Ban Guns In Classrooms
Professors in Texas attempting to ban firearms in the classroom could be subject to punishment, Attorney General Ken Paxton stated Monday.