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.
Do guns belong on campus? Look past the stereotypes. We already know the answer, and our experience is more powerful than academic speculation.
The Texas chapter of Students for Concealed Carry is throwing its support behind Texas House Bill 631, a bill “relating to a public awareness campaign on firearm safety and suicide prevention.”
Arkansas has passed an expanded campus carry law that does away with many “gun free zones”. A move is underway to undo some of the reforms.
Here are a few of the things Rolling Stone and Ben Wofford get wrong or neglect to say about SCC and the campus carry movement, in the order that these errors and omissions appear in the article.
Hear from Kansas State Representative Blake Carpenter about his fight to shield Kansas university students from rules and regulations that would limit their right to campus carry.
You are holding our rights to defend ourselves from the very mentally unstable you want to treat. And you’re doing this by withholding votes for more tax dollars.
It’s only a matter of life and death for the citizens of Florida to be able to defend themselves from criminals, crazies, and terrorists, so no big deal, right?
There are a lot of gun-related bills that will be heard, some bad some good, but there are two especially bad bills for which we need your presence in Annapolis to help fight!
In an outrageous betrayal of gun owners, the Wyoming Senate just voted to kill our Campus Carry legislation (HB 136) by a vote of 17-13 earlier today!
Last week both HB136 “Campus Carry” and HB137 “Repeal Gun Free Zones” made it past the Senate Judiciary committee, and must now face a full vote on the Senate floor.
With little fanfare, HB 136 and HB 137 were passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday by a vote of 4 to 1!
HB 2074 seeks to repeal current Kansas law that would allow law-abiding individuals to carry a concealed firearm on college campuses for self-defense.
In a vote of 6-3, “Campus Carry” passed, and in a vote of 8-1, “Repeal Gun Free Zones” passed through committee.
Some academics and newspaper editors think privately owned firearms don’t belong on campus. The criminals aren’t listening. Honest gun owners make us safer. Here is why.
Our legislation to repeal deadly “Gun Free Zones” and to authorize “Campus Carry” are going to be heard in the House Judiciary Committee THIS TUESDAY!
Students at the UW Madison plan to repeat failed UT Austin sex toy protest over the exercise of Second Amendment rights on campus.
Campus carry reform of gun laws has been advancing across the U.S.A. The 2016 election results mean that the reforms will continue to spread.
In keeping with our organization’s long-held ideals, Students for Concealed Carry doesn’t endorse efforts to blacklist professors who oppose campus carry.