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    MTSU Students to vote on carrying guns on campus

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    Members of the Student Government Association of MTSU will vote on a proposal today to allow students to carry guns on campus although state law forbids guns on campus.

    Mathew Hurtt wants to protect students’ constitutional rights and wants students to be able to protect themselves by allowing them to carry guns on campus.

    “The constitution says it’s the right of the people to bear arms,” Hurtt said. “It shall not be infringed. It doesn’t say except on college campuses. There are no exceptions. People assume it’s going to be like the ‘wild wild west’ if we allow guns, that’s just not the case."
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    93% for the good guy's:celebrate
    "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Yeah, 94% at this time, I just went and did my bit!

    This whole concept of colleges and universities remaining as Victim Disarmament Zones seems to be meeting with a certain amount of robust opposition, no?

    About time!

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    damn right it's about time

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