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DiGiacinto v. The Rector and Vistors of George Mason University

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An appeal has been granted by the Virginia Supreme Court in the case of DiGiacinto v. The Rector and Visitors of George Mason University.


Appeal Granted
 

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Virginiaplanter wrote:
An appeal has been granted by the Virginia Supreme Court in the case of DiGiacinto v. The Rector and Visitors of George Mason University.


Appeal Granted
:)
 

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Virginiaplanter wrote:
An appeal has been granted by the Virginia Supreme Court in the case of DiGiacinto v. The Rector and Visitors of George Mason University.
VP,

Congratulations on this.I'm really hoping they say the University is bared from enforcing the policy.
 

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Shawn wrote:
Virginiaplanter wrote:
An appeal has been granted by the Virginia Supreme Court in the case of DiGiacinto v. The Rector and Visitors of George Mason University.
VP,

Congratulations on this.I'm really hoping they say the University is bared from enforcing the policy.
It's a good sign they didn't deny the appeal...it means there's still hope. :cool:
 

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fairfax1 wrote:
Excellent. I so want to see GMU loose this case.

Is the AG's office representing GMU at all?
I don't know, but I wouldn't think so considering he answered on the VCDL survey he would support campus carry.
 

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nova wrote:
fairfax1 wrote:
Excellent. I so want to see GMU loose this case.

Is the AG's office representing GMU at all?
I don't know, but I wouldn't think so considering he answered on the VCDL survey he would support campus carry.

And yet the AG is the attorney of record for the Commonwealth, and thus for the agencies of the Commonwealth. In other words, unless GMU elects not to utilize the AG's office someone from there will be representing them. I'm too lazy to go back and look to see who represented GMU up to this point, which might be a "clue" for further appearances.

Supporting campus carry and fulfilling the duties of the office can be mutually exclusive.

stay safe.

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Will VCDL's stance on this change now that it is going to the VA Supreme Court?
 

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nova wrote:
Will VCDL's stance on this change now that it is going to the VA Supreme Court?
I think that's something you'd have to ask the board Nova. Trying to predict their stance on issues is difficult these days.
 

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peter nap wrote:
nova wrote:
Will VCDL's stance on this change now that it is going to the VA Supreme Court?
I think that's something you'd have to ask the board Nova. Trying to predict their stance on issues is difficult these days.
I know Philip posts here so I was just hoping maybe he'd share his opinion with us if he sees this thread. If not, I'm sure it will be brought up at the next Annandale meeting.
 
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