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Kansas Colleges Prepare For Gun-Toting Students

As Kansas moves toward a time when guns will be as welcome on university campuses as laptops, students are starting to take notice and talk about how they’ll handle that day when it comes.

November 29, 2015
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Concealed-Carry Crazy: What Gun Lobbyists Mean When They Tout ‘Gun Safety’

Even with the best training, studies show that police have a very hard time hitting their intended targets. New York City’s Police Department has some of the best-trained officers in the country. But when 12 Brooklyn cops opened fire on a fleeing gunman last month, only one of 84 shots fired hit the suspect.

October 10, 2015
Photo: The University of Texas at Austin might be a tobacco-free campus, but if a new law is passed by the state legislature, it won't be a gun-free one. ctj71081 via Flickr

Texas House Passes Measure To Allow Concealed Handguns On College Campuses

Texas moved closer to allowing concealed handguns in classrooms and other areas on public and private college campuses late Tuesday night, as House members gave tentative approval just minutes before the midnight deadline.

May 27, 2015

Michigan Catholic Priest Tells Parishioners To Pack Heat

In a letter sent to Christ the King parishioners recently, the Rev. Edward Fride explained why he believed it was necessary to get concealed pistol licenses because of recent crime in the area.

April 21, 2015

North Carolina Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty In Killing Of 3 Muslims

North Carolina killer of 3 Muslims wrote on Facebook: “Some call me a gun toting Liberal, others call me an open-minded Conservative.”

April 6, 2015

While National Gun Lobby Gloats, States Seek Sanity On Firearms

Despite a dysfunctional Congress, gun control advocates see growing momentum for “sensible” laws at the state level.

December 27, 2014

U.S. Capital Votes To Allow Concealed Firearms

After a unanimous vote from city council members, carrying concealed weapons in the streets of Washington D.C. will be allowed.

September 24, 2014