Royce de R. Barondes, a law professor at the University of Missouri, has been battling with the college over his right to carry on campus for the past three years. (Photo: University of Missouri School of Law) A Circuit judge this week said the University of Missouri can keep their gun free zone but questions
FSU has more than 32,000 undergraduate students and an on-going series of skirmishes with a state Second Amendment organization over gun policies. (Photo: FSU) Florida State University is facing a lawsuit from a local pro-gun group over its ban on firearms in vehicles. FSU President John Trasher, no stranger to lawsuits brought against him by
Raimondo, shown here at the Rhode Island State House, was criticised in her action by Republicans running for her office this November. (Photo: Raimondo’s office) Gov. Gina Raimondo on Wednesday signed an executive action to bar firearms, except those carried by law enforcement, from public PK-12 schools. The action, backed up by a notice given
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was slammed this week over the possibility that she may allow funds from her department to be used for arming schools. (Photo: U.S. Department of Education) National gun control advocates on Wednesday decried reports that the Department of Education is considering funding more guns in schools. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos
Three female professors at UT Austin filed suit over a campus carry law last year, arguing in part that it would limit their ability to talk about controversial subjects. (Photo: Gun Free UT) A unanimous three-judge panel last week rejected a lawsuit by three University of Texas professors who do not want legal concealed carry
A judge has rebuffed a group of college professors seeking to overturn Georgia’s campus carry protections. (Photo: University of Georgia/Instagram) A Superior Court judge has sided with the state in a lawsuit brought by a group of Georgia university professors seeking to suspend the state’s campus carry practices. Fulton County Judge Kimberly Esmond Adams last
Kansas State University officials, as well as those from other schools in the state, said the first year of campus carry went off largely without an issue, and in some cases coincided with a drop in crime. (Photo: K-State) With the first full year under the state’s new campus carry law over, universities in Kansas
Republican Gov. Kay Ivey established the program as an additional security measure in schools that do not have a school resource officer (Photo: Governor’s Office) The voluntary Alabama Sentry Program would allow administrators in the state’s public school systems to have a gun on campus once they meet requirements. Established last week by Republican Gov.
Professional firearms instructors across the country will offer free training classes to school administrators and teachers this weekend as part of the first annual “National Train a Teacher Day.” NTATD, a collaborative effort between ScotShot instructor Grant Gallagher and Trigger Pressers Union founder Klint Macro, will provide medical, concealed carry and tactical training for school
A 22-year-old recent graduate exercised her Second Amendment rights by taking a stroll on campus with a feathery white dress and an AR-10. Kaitlin Bennett, a biology major who picked up her degree from Ohio’s Kent State University earlier this month, complied with state law that allowed visitors on the public campus to carry a
University of Arkansas officials, as well as those from other colleges in the state, said the first semester of campus carry went off without an issue. (Photo: University of Arkansas) With a full semester of the state’s new campus carry law in the rear view colleges and universities in Arkansas have little trouble to report.
Spencer’s college grad pic includes a small-framed semi-auto and pro-Trump swag. (Photo: Brenna Spencer via Twitter) University of Tennessee student Brenna Spencer caught the attention of many with her posed photo taken by a Chattanooga landmark. Spencer, who reportedly snapped the pic outside of the Hunter Museum of American Art and is graduating from UT
“When that madman walks onto the campus intent on killing our children, we are going to immediately engage him and shoot at him a lot,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. Judd’s Sentinel Program, which is designed to train and arm school staff members who volunteer to be special deputies, has this week expanded to
Israel has made a decision to up the weapons available to deputies providing school security. (Photo: YouTube screengrab) Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel on Wednesday said that deputies qualified to carry AR-15s will have them with them on campus moving forward, with the blessing of school officials. Israel, sheriff in the county that saw 17
Mississippi state Rep. Charles Young Jr., a Meridian Democrat, produced his handgun on the House floor to protest legislation on carry permits (Photo: Rep. Robert Foster) A Mississippi lawmaker held up his handgun and concealed carry permit Thursday after a controversial bill to strengthen gun carry rights in the state advanced in the House. Rep.
University of Arkansas officials point out that, while Act 562 will allow campus carry, it only applies to those with the enhancement, only covers concealed carry, and that other state laws prohibit the storage of guns in university facilities including residence halls. (Photo: University of Arkansas) The Arkansas Legislative Council last week approved the state’s
Gov. Rick Snyder warned that he hasn’t changed his position on legislation barring the open carry of handguns in gun-free zones in exchange for lifting the prohibition on concealed carry. (Photo: Paul Sancya/AP) Michigan’s Republican Governor cautioned legislation that passed the state Senate last week to expand concealed carry rights in gun free zones is
Michigan State Sen. Mike Shirkey, R-Clarklake, speaks on the Senate floor in this file photo from Nov. 2016. (Photo: Mike Shirkey’s office) Lawmakers in The Wolverine State on Wednesday approved bills to allow concealed carry in schools, protect the gun rights of foster parents and allow teenagers to get carry permits. The five-pack of bills
A Oregon science teacher accused of having a gun at school is on leave for potentially violating the district’s policy, not criminal law. Sprague High School teacher Richard Johnston, a 25-year career educator with the Salem-Keizer Public Schools district, was allegedly spotted Friday with a gun on his person at school. While police advise there