Actually, I take this article as progress. When a legislator can propose such a law without being immediately labeled a nutcase, things are changing. It took Missouri a couple of attempts to get concealed carry, but they eventually did. It took an overriden veto in Kansas. Give this a few years and we may see different results.
Dude - the article is dated January - the shootings happened TODAY...how is this "progress?"
The Governor is so nasty he'd refuse to allow the death penalty be exercised against this type of mad-dog killer.
The latest bill intended to redress the situation at Virginia Tech was knocked down in a subcommittee by someone currying Governor Kaine's favor ~ no doubt ~ always a budgetary need in someone's district eh.
All such nasty people should be removed from office by the electorate before they get more of us killed.