Proponents of arming college students bent legislative rules to keep this year's bill alive. Republican Nathan Deal now has seven days to decide whether he'll repeat his 2016 veto, or give gun rights advocates a win.
New Campus Gun Laws Have Colleges Shopping for Metal Detectors. For Big Schools, the Bills Are Eye-Popping.
Plans call for ponying up $1 million — and that's just for the football stadium.
Another state just approved concealed carry at public universities. Here’s what you need to know.
Arkansas Revises Campus Carry Bill to Allow Stadiums to Ban Guns — If They Install Costly Security Measures
The measure, which now heads to the governor’s desk, follows a firestorm of public criticism over the state’s original legislation.
How two gun rights movements collided in the Jayhawk State.
The state's new campus carry law caused an uproar by allowing for armed fans. Under a proposed revision, schools that want to keep "sensitive areas" gun-free would need to submit a security plan to state police.
State Republicans Are In Their Strongest Position In a Century. And They’re Ready to Dismantle Two Big Gun Restrictions.
Bills to end training and licensing requirements for concealed carry and to allow guns on college campuses loom as pivotal fights for 2017.
It frustrates me that so many of my peers and professors have reacted so negatively.
I have serious concerns about campus carry.
Nathan Deal says the right to bring firearms on public university grounds is “not guaranteed by the Second Amendment."
“In the words of John McEnroe, ‘You can’t be serious!’” wrote one respondent.
Nathan Deal of Georgia and Bill Haslam of Tennessee have bills on their desks. How they decide on guns on campus will shape the movement’s momentum.