Skip to comments.Pennsylvania College Allows Students to Carry Concealed Weapons on Campus,
Posted on 05/20/2013 5:40:06 PM PDT by marktwain
Now that one Pennsylvania university has decided to allow guns on its grounds -- in limited circumstances -- it's possible that other schools may follow suit. Penn State does not allow students to possess any type of weapons on campus. But supporters of the "concealed carry" concept think it's an idea whose time has come.
Kutztown University, one of the 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania, recently decided that students may carry guns in some instances. According to Kutztown University President F. Javier Cevallos, attorneys advised the school that, "a blanket prohibition against the possession of weapons on campus is legally unenforceable."
As a result, the school has revised its regulations. In a statement, president Cevallos says, "the carrying of firearms will be permitted in open areas of campus by those persons who have a government issued license. Any requests for further exceptions must have the approval of the university chief of police."
However, guns are still not allowed in classrooms, dormitories or athletic facilities at Kutztown University.
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Should Penn state students be allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus?
Penn State is an incredibly great school. Kutztown is too. Maybe their is some hope for my state I grew up in.
BTW, my daughter has just over 10 years of experience in shooting. She is better than me most days. She is also very level-headed and mature, more so than many adults. But then again, I am just a proud Daddy.
For conservatives, this has a high duhh factor. For libtards, such a thing as citizens openly practicing their constitutional rights makes them scared spitless.