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    CU Bldr. Gun segregating

    Well I guess you can guess what Housings will be getting a good night sleep not worrying about intruders.

    http://kdvr.com/2012/08/16/cu-boulde...ampus-housing/

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    That's a bigger comedy of errors than a Three's Company episode.

    Someone help me, what is the current status of CU campus carry?

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    Per the State they can conceal carry on Campus with a CC permit. That is the reason they are doing the segregated housing but I am sure it will go to court and see if they can legally segregate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahkagari View Post

    Someone help me, what is the current status of CU campus carry?

    Link to previous Thread

    http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...nst-CU-gun-ban

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    Not a big deal. Most freshman are not old enough to buy a handgun anyway

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    Problem is they are never old enough to be immune to a madman's bullets. This is another attempt to thwart the intent of having armed defenders on hand if violence comes to a place. Aurora taught these "educators" nothing.

    Their rules sound to me like they are trying to violate the court order as much as possible, firings are in order, or perhaps contempt of court.

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    If I have to disclose my CCW status, how is it still Concealed? What happened to being secure in person and papers against unreasonable searches? Now I am forced to volunteer this information?

    Papers Please?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesB View Post
    If I have to disclose my CCW status, how is it still Concealed? What happened to being secure in person and papers against unreasonable searches? Now I am forced to volunteer this information?

    Papers Please?!
    Unfortunately, if you decide to go to a school, you subject yourself to their rules.

    Also, disclosing it to the university (whether we agree with it or not), may be better than getting reported when your roommate discovers your gun and tries to charge you with menacing when they see it, get scared, run out of the room and call 911
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxxon View Post
    Problem is they are never old enough to be immune to a madman's bullets. This is another attempt to thwart the intent of having armed defenders on hand if violence comes to a place. Aurora taught these "educators" nothing.

    Their rules sound to me like they are trying to violate the court order as much as possible, firings are in order, or perhaps contempt of court.
    I think you are confusing 2 different issues here.

    The university didn't set the law saying you must be 21 to purchase a handgun and get a concealed carry permit for it. The fact that most freshman are not old enough to buy and carry a handgun concealed has nothing to do with the university
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxxon View Post
    Their rules sound to me like they are trying to violate the court order as much as possible, firings are in order, or perhaps contempt of court.
    TMK, these people are not "hired" to be "fired". They are elected on the state ballot. That's the problem. Since they are popularly elected by the state and established in the state constitution (they were actually founded five months before CO was granted statehood), they believe they have as much or more power than the CO general assembly over their campuses. In some ways, they do. That is why the superme court is involved.

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    After reading all the news rags the last 24 hours, one other thing concerns me. (among others)
    How can CU ban carrying at stadium events, when the courts have already told them they can't restrict carry on campus?
    One other thing: If a student has already signed his/her 'agreement' for student housing, and it doesn't say anything about firearms, and then
    CU tries to amend it after the fact is that legal? (I know it's a stretch, because they probably already have the wording in there)
    C.R.S. is pretty clear when it states 'all areas'.

    I hope that the MSLF sues the crap out of them again.

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