Texas considers concealed carry at Universities

WFAA says Texas is considering allowing concealed carry by students and faculty (who are licensed) in Texas universities.

When Texas lawmakers start meeting next month, they’ll decide whether college students will be allowed to carry more than books to their classes.

Bills will be filed to expand the concealed handgun law.

They would allow permit holders to carry their guns on private and public college campuses.

For gun rights groups, it’s priority number one.

I don’t think it’s a number one priority, but it’s up there. There’s absolutely no legitimate reason to deny students and faculty the means to defend themselves.

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