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Colorado Republicans back CSU students in Right-to-Carry debate

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Republican Senators are lining up in support of Colorado State University students, who are defending their right to carry a concealed weapon on campus. While CSU does not allow weapons of any kind in its residence halls, individuals are allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus as long as they have a properly issued concealed weapons permit. Last week, however, the CSU Board of Governors voted 9 0 to implement a policy that would leave the specifics of the school's weapon control policy up to campus presidents. The policy shift is predicted to result in a campus wide ban, with most board members supporting that course of action.

Read Original at: Colorado Republican Party

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