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Discussion in '2nd Amendment' started by MachoMelvin, Feb 17, 2016.
Yawn...when they catch up to us and allow carry in K-12 schools, let me know.
Your KIDS Carry? NEAT!
Only the ones with permits.
Or the bangers....
Peace favor your sword,
BFS on UT, not allowed in dorms unless you are visiting for business purposes, so if you live on campus no firearms, that includes univeristy owned apartments off campus. The President and the Chancellor don't want them on campus at all and are doing their very best to limit them as much as possible.
Danged scoundrels. Utah tried that, but got slapped down, they did manage this: they allow you to request a room mate that has no permit.
I believe that there are no university administrators, and most profs that know what the real world is like. They are living in a tenured fantasy land.
I need to find the artical, but it looks like UT is going to get sued over this. Court cost need to payed by the salaries of the idiots that try to skirt the law.
They shouldn't even have a court case...the dorms and housing are public property administered by the school, exactly like the classrooms and labs. Judge should make a ruling, order them to fix the policy, and then arrest them for contempt if they don't.
Can't even appeal that.
Man, if I were a judge, I could save SO MUCH Money.
Al's Court and BBQ. you can bribe the judge with 22 ammo.
Plano Steve could get ANYTHING!
I'd definitely be able to see the merits of any argument that involved displays of classic rifles, and if we were to use them to go to the range and..."investigate" their use, well...I think we could settle things quickly.
I will just bring a case or two of 22 ammo for you to investigate the merits of my case.
Texas might just do that one day
I hope so. Resource officers, rent-a-cop, whatever...teachers are in every room, know the kids, and are likely to be the first possible option if things go bad.
Not all teachers need to carry...but I think we should be able to, if we choose to.