Administrators of the state's community college system have decided to repeal a policy banning concealed weapons from its 13 campuses to comply with a court ruling against a similar ban on University of Colorado campuses.
The Colorado Community College System made the change Monday.
Aims Community College similarly revised its campus weapons policy for its five campuses. Aims president Marilynn Marsi Liddell said the decision was made to comply with court rulings and state law.
The school's board of trustees voted unanimously Thursday during a special session. Aims is not under the Colorado Community College System.