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Republican Files Bill to Allow Campus Carry in Florida

Republican Files Bill to Allow Campus Carry in Florida

“if passed, would go into effect July 1”

We’ve seen quite an expansion of this in many states over the last few years.

Campus Reform reports:

Will Florida pull the trigger on campus carry?

A Republican lawmaker in Florida has filed a bill to allow legally owned firearms to be carried on college campuses.

Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini filed the bill Thursday in the state House of Representatives. The legislation, HB6007, if passed, would go into effect July 1.

Florida would join 12 other states that have passed legislation protecting students’ Second Amendment rights while on campus: Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oregon, Texas, Tennessee, Utah, and Wisconsin.

The Florida campus carry bill “removes [the] provision prohibiting concealed carry licensees from openly carrying a handgun or carrying concealed weapon or firearm into college or university facility.”


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Don’t include Arkansas in that list. The whole “enhanced carry” permit is such a sham that almost no one is getting one and the lion’s share of instructors aren’t even getting the certification to teach it.

Though some good news it it appears that a bill to cut the cost of all CCW’s by half is doing well and looks to pass.

This will never happen. A Republican has blocked in committee every pro-gun bill the last several years. They never even get a floor vote. Open carry, campus carry, school carry, it has all gone down in flames.