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Colorado: C.U. Regents to Vote on Appealing Campus Concealed Carry Ruling

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Please Contact the Board of Regents Today!

As you will recall, in April the Colorado Court of Appeals overturned a lower court decision from last spring that upheld the University of Colorado’s (CU) prohibition against concealed carry on its campus.  The ban imposed on students, employees and visitors also extended to storage or transportation of guns in vehicle trunks across campus property.  Tomorrow, Friday, June 25, the Colorado University Board of Regents will vote on whether or not to appeal the court ruling to the Colorado Supreme Court and give them the ability to once again prohibit carry on CU campuses.

There will be a public comment period at 10:00 a.m. on Friday during the meeting at the University of Colorado Boulder, East Campus and Research Park, 4001 Discovery Drive, 1st floor main conference room.

Please contact the Board of Regents IMMEDIATELY and urge them to NOT appeal the Court of Appeals decision.  Contact information for the board can be found below.

Daniel J. Wilkerson - Secretary of the Board
(303) 860-5686
[email protected]

Mr. Steve Bosley - Chair
(303) 817-1583
[email protected]

Mr. Tilman Bishop – Vice Chair
(970) 210-3820
[email protected]

Mr. Michael Carrigan
(303) 295-8314
[email protected]

Dr. Jim Geddes
(720) 413-9469
[email protected]

Mr. Kyle Hybl
(719) 322-6226
[email protected]

Mr. Tom Lucero
(970) 310-0017
[email protected]

Mr. Stephen Ludwig
(303) 668-6084
[email protected]

Ms. Monisha Merchant
(720) 413-8110
[email protected]

Mr. Joe Neguse
(303) 501-7102
[email protected]

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