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Kansas Colleges Losing Professors

Postby SHMIV » Tue, 09 May 2017 08:26:14

Professors are leaving due to laws allowing Campus Carry. As far as I'm concerned, Kansas is blessed by having lost them.

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Re: Kansas Colleges Losing Professors

Postby WRW » Tue, 09 May 2017 12:40:47

To be educators, they are not a very open minded bunch.

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Re: Kansas Colleges Losing Professors

Postby AlanM » Fri, 26 May 2017 07:05:23

I'd like to point out that Utah has had campus carry since 2007 and has had NO instances of legal gun owners/carriers shooting anyone in a school venue, with the ONE exception of a teacher having an ND and shooting herself in the leg while going to the bathroom.
Now Utah has a law making it illegal for school administrators to ban carrying on school grounds of anyone legally allowed to carry.

This is 3 years old but there are still no shootings reported in Utah:
Concealed carry has not caused much of a problem on Utah campuses
Allowing concealed weapons permit holders to carry guns on Idaho’s college campuses will make learning environments less safe is the common line of reasoning in objecting to a bill now before the Idaho Legislature allowing concealed weapons on campus.

However, law enforcement officials on campuses across Utah, where permit holders are legally allowed to carry, say that’s just not the case.

Officials at several universities, including the University of Utah, Utah Valley University, Dixie State College and Utah State University told IdahoReporter.com that though carrying guns on campus has been legal for nearly a decade, they haven’t seen evidence that their schools are less safe.


From: The simple solution to school shootings
In 1974, three Palestinian gunmen attacked a school in Israel and killed 16 teenagers. Since then, Israeli schoolteachers have been allowed to carry guns.

Utah school personnel have had the right, beginning in January 2001, with concealed weapon permits, to carry firearms in schools and universities. There have been no injuries to students injured in either Israel or Utah since teachers were allowed to have firearms. There was a terrorist attack on an Israeli school in 2002, but it was quickly stopped with the help of an armed teacher.
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