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    Not totally open carry related, but another step in the right direction for us all.




    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.
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    I heard about this on the radio late last night. I'm glad that some colleges in this state are getting some common sense (albeit belatedly).

    I had an opportunity recently to talk toa memberof the UCCS administration, and he was an idiot through and through. They'll allow guns only after much wailing and gnashing of teeth.

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    Flyer22 wrote:
    I heard about this on the radio late last night. I'm glad that some colleges in this state are getting some common sense (albeit belatedly).

    I had an opportunity recently to talk toa memberof the UCCS administration, and he was an idiot through and through. They'll allow guns only after much wailing and gnashing of teeth.
    Yee-ha! It's nice to see that a concerted campaign of letter-writing can still change educate minds.

    Though I suspect the real kicker is that the lawyers told them how much it would cost if they tried to ignore the very strong precedent (case law) of a state supreme court ruling.
    The First protects the Second, and the Second protects the First. Together, they protect the rest of our Bill of Rights and our United States Constitution, and help We the People protect ourselves in the spirit of our Declaration of Independence.

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