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Thread: New Washington Times Poll to hit, campus carry

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    New Washington Times Poll to hit, campus carry

    The is an article that goes with this that is worthy of reading.

    But teh poll is here: http://www.washingtontimes.com/polls...-weapons-when/

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    Is it possible to vote without login in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger54 View Post
    Is it possible to vote without login in?
    I don't think so. One advantage/disadvantage, no ballot stuffing that way.

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    I gave it a shot (no pun intended). It looks like 75% pro carry

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    I voted as if they were talking about publicly funded colleges. I'm sure yall were thinking the same, correct?

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    It will be interesting to see the outcome to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCKilla View Post
    I voted as if they were talking about publicly funded colleges. I'm sure yall were thinking the same, correct?
    Like I said in the original post, you should read the article, it was not bad at all. The poll was specifically directed at OR and CO courts saying the State University system could not regulate carry on their campus, but then the University regents just went back and rewrote the same rules in different words in definace of the court rulings.
    Last edited by hermannr; 03-10-2012 at 08:39 PM.

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    Poll: Should colleges be able to ban concealed weapons when state law allows it?
    Poll: Will Washington Times editors ever learn basic grammar?


    Their question does not parse correctly. As written the poll asks if colleges should be able to do something that is allowed by law. REALLY? You need to ask if someone should be allowed to do something that is legal?

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