This is getting to be epidemic!
During a Friday April 15th 2012 meeting, the Board of Visitors of James Madison University, located in Harrisonburg, Virginia, voted to promulgate a regulation banning weapons on campus.
While the exact text of the proposed regulation has not yet been released ... Read More
Oh, that the folks like Holly Adams were as boisterous as the professional victims Goddard and Haas. Maybe hearing the public hearing the other side could be effective to deter the nimrods who jeopardize students' lives.
Is it enough to hope that for now that at least the victim's lawsuit is not throttled to $100k so the universities see some dire financial consequence?
To be honest, the JMU SCCC people are the only ones that have impressed me so far.
I just don't think this will go very far being pushed by non academia alone.
I don't see where § 18.2-308(o) prohibits anything. The plain text meaning I understand it to say is simply that the possession of a CHP does not give you the authority to ignore either a) existing laws or b) the wishes of a private property owner. It is the "otherwise prohibited by law" or the "prohibited by owner" that do the prohibiting, this paragraph just clearly states that a CHP does not override those already existing prohibitions.1) Remove the generalized prohibition in § 18.2-308(o)
TFredO. The granting of a concealed handgun permit shall not thereby authorize the possession of any handgun or other weapon on property or in places where such possession is otherwise prohibited by law or is prohibited by the owner of private property.