Kansas Board of Regents Approves Campus Carry Measure
Starts on July 1.
Here’s more good news for Second Amendment supporters and college students who want to protect themselves.
ABC News reports:
Kansas Board OKs Universities’ Policies for Guns on Campus
The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday approved policies for how the state’s six public universities will implement a state law allowing people to carry concealed guns into campus buildings starting July 1.
The regents, with little discussion, approved the plans that spell out university policies on the safe storage and handling of handguns. Stun guns to be used for self-defense also will be allowed, but Tasers — which fire projectiles and are generally more powerful than generic stun guns — won’t be.
The law says universities can ban guns from buildings that have security measures including metal detectors or security guards, but those measures are costly, so concealed guns would be allowed in nearly all campus buildings, including at sporting events.
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