Have no confusion about this. This is a bare power struggle between the education industry and the people of Montana. The Montana Board of Regents claims they are above the will of the people?
The BoR believes that having been created by Article X of the MT Constitution, it somehow becomes a super agency that is above any further authority in the Constitution!?
That bit of unsubstantiated nonsense defending defenselessness reminds me of nothing so much as another idiot declaration from years ago that backfired horribly.
The Missouri Legislature is moving closer to passing Campus Carry. The legislation would remove “institutes of higher learning” from places prohibited to people carrying concealed.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected an attempt by three University of Texas Professors to stop Campus Carry.
August 1 2018, marks two years since Texas’ campus carry law took effect at public universities and one year since it took effect at community colleges
Well, that was dull. It turns out that your shockingly responsible gun owner remains extraordinarily level-headed even when he comes on campus. Who knew?!
A Wyoming Republican Party delegate is challenging a University of Wyoming ban on the carry of firearms in its facilities. The ban is enforced through trespass law.
College administrators keep doing the same old thing as long as students keep paying to risk rape and robbery.
Unfortunately, the bill was also amended to require anyone carrying a firearm on a college campus to have a concealed carry permit.
We want women to take all the education they can. Until we change the political landscape that keeps honest people disarmed, avoid the colleges that leave you disarmed and vulnerable.
This federal lawsuit, filed by three professors at the University of Texas at Austin, seeks to nullify Texas’ campus carry law and the University of Texas at Austin’s campus carry policy.
On 10 October, 2017, freedom advocate Katie Pavlich, who values the Second Amendment was allowed to speak on the University of Wisconsin, Madison, campus.
In August, 2016, two professors from the University of Austin, Texas, and an Associate Teaching Assistant Professor, filed a law suit.
The trial involving the Flagstaff shooting of a mob of drunken fraternity members who attacked an 18 year old pistol owner, is over.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed the Georgia Campus Carry legislation, HB 280, on Thursday this week, May 4th, 2017, expanding the states rights.
HB 375 was reported to be in good shape until two hours before the hearing when the bill author brought the committee a complete committee substitute.
In response to an online advertisement for bulletproof vests emblazoned with the logos of colleges in campus-carry states, Students for Concealed Carry…
These bills by Rep. Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) run counter to SCC’s position that state institutions should be required to honor state-issued concealed handgun licenses.
The one inescapable fact is Virginia Tech was a “gun-free” campus.