UW faculty and staff send a resolution to the legislature demanding them to oppose concealed carry on college campuses. The academics argue that concealed carry, “threatens the progress of education and the expression of ideas and makes the university less safe.”
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle argued against giving university students with concealed carry permit the right to carry firearms on campus in an editorial last week stating that the campus should remain, for the most part, a gun free zone.
Audio, video and legislative documents show ex-GOP state Sen. Van Wanggaard lying about his record on concealed carry.
Dozens of school districts across Ohio made some allowance for handguns on campus in the year following the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, a recent Buckeye Firearms Foundation (BFF) survey found.
Despite left-wing claims, the Montana attorney general’s office never sought to publicize its decision to deny a media demand for a list of the names and addresses of concealed weapon permit holders in the state.
While the Associated Press (AP) refuses to comment on its demand for a list of the names and addresses of all concealed weapons permit (CWP) holders in Montana, Boston-based MuckRock News, which also requested the information, says it wants an “open debate” about what constitutes “public information.”
Ohio Representative Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) introduced House Bill 231 (HB 231) to reduce the number of what he calls “unarmed victim zones,” areas where law-abiding Ohioans with concealed handgun licenses are prevented from carrying firearms, on July 11.
The Associated Press (AP) is refusing to comment on why it requested that the Montana Department of Justice (DOJ) give to turn over a list of the names, addresses, and birthdays of every concealed weapons permit holder in the state.
Montana Repbulican Attorney General Tim Fox has denied requests by the Associated Press (AP) and a Boston news organization, MuckRock News, for a list of the names and addresses of all concealed weapons permit holders in the state.
Ohio Representative Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) introduced House Bill 203 (HB 203), which would “expand the locations at which a person has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense,” automatically recognize concealed handgun licenses issued in states that accept Ohio concealed handgun licenses, and make other changes to firearm restrictions, this June.