Summary: Allowing concealed carry of guns on college campuses would provide the best defense there is against the worst crime there is, and in many cases deter those crimes from ever happening at all.
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About "Campus Carry Guns"
Most college campuses in America today are “gun free zones.” We know this because they have signs or rules on the books saying so. This means all law abiding citizens must leave their guns elsewhere, and only criminals will bring guns onto the campus.
That’s a recipe for disaster, and the disaster has already happened, multiple times. In 2006 the administration of Virginia Tech celebrated the defeat of a proposed state law allowing concealed carry on college campuses. The following year, a tragic shooting massacre by a crazed student occurred on school grounds, and there was no one armed who could shoot back and stop it.
Allowing concealed carry of guns on college campuses would provide the best defense there is against the worst crime there is, and in many cases deter those crimes from ever happening at all. Only 10 states currently allow it, and the other state legislatures need to legalize law abiding citizens to concealed carry on campus in the same manner in which they can currently carry legally off campus.
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