Ark. Legislator To File Bill Requiring Universities To Allow Faculty, Staff To Carry Handguns

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LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) — An Arkansas representative plans to file a bill next week that would require public universities and colleges to allow faculty and staff to carry handguns if they have a concealed carry permit.

Rep. Charlie Collins, R-Fayetteville, proposed a similar bill in 2013 that allowed college and university boards to vote to opt out of allowing their faculty and staff to carry a firearm. All colleges and universities in Arkansas voted to opt out.

If Collins’ new bill passes, colleges and universities will not have that option.

2 comments

  • lurker48

    Asa Hutchinson on msnbc talking about how he’s helped AR schools. Arkansas is rated 44th in US education ranking. Good job Asa.

  • Benny Hill

    No worries; most liberal professors would rather be shot to death on principle than defend themselves with a concealed carry permit.

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