Very Biased Article on Whether Students Should Carry Concealed Handguns in Philadelphia Inquirer
The idea of loaded guns in beer-soaked frat houses isn't as farfetched as it seems. At least 13 states are considering some form of legislation allowing concealed-carry on campus, according to the National Conference on State Legislatures. . . .
The article mentions the University of Utah, though they have the current debate over the law wrong there (things are settled), but why not mention whether permit holders have been involved with any of the potential problems that the reporter raises? There are also other schools that allow students and/or faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns. I would like to debate some of these "experts":
"I would dispute anyone who says there's evidence to suggest that having students carrying guns on campus make our campuses safer," said Steven J. Healy, police chief and public safety director at Princeton University and past president of the group. . . . .