Gun Rights

Read: Judge Blocks Kent State Security Fees for Gun Rights Speaker

Judge Blocks Kent State Security Fees for Gun Rights Speaker

A federal judge blocked Kent State University from charging a student group a security fee to bring a guest speaker to campus.

Read: Michigan Schools Can Ban Guns, Supreme Court Rules

Michigan Schools Can Ban Guns, Supreme Court Rules

Four out of seven justices ruled in favor of two Michigan school districts after two firearm advocacy groups filed lawsuits.

Read: Texas Gov. Hosts School Safety Roundtable in Wake of Santa Fe Shooting

Texas Gov. Hosts School Safety Roundtable in Wake of Santa Fe Shooting

Tuesday’s school safety roundtable was attended by two dozen school administrators, politicians and law enforcement officials, among others.

Read: Judge: UCF Student Who Idolized Mass Shooters Online Can Buy Guns

Judge: UCF Student Who Idolized Mass Shooters Online Can Buy Guns

A judge has ruled that a UCF student can own guns after he referred to the Parkland and Las Vegas shooters as “heroes” on Reddit.

Read: Schools Handling National Student Walkouts Differently

Schools Handling National Student Walkouts Differently

Schools have both endorsed the National Walkout Day and condemned it in statements to parents and students.

Read: Explaining Florida’s New School Safety Law

Explaining Florida’s New School Safety Law

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act features several broad and controversial reforms.

Read: White House Unveils Gun and School Safety Proposals

White House Unveils Gun and School Safety Proposals

The proposals primarily focus on hardening school security, improving background checks for gun buyers and overhauling the mental health system.

Read: Florida Governor Outlines $500 Million School Safety Plan

Florida Governor Outlines $500 Million School Safety Plan

The proposed plan includes the strengthening of gun purchase and possession restrictions and additional services for students suffering from mental health issues.

Read: Study: States with Concealed Carry Laws See Increase in Violent Crimes

Study: States with Concealed Carry Laws See Increase in Violent Crimes

The study found states with concealed carry laws have seen an increase in violent crimes by 13 to 15 percent within 10 years of the law’s enactment.

Read: Should We Allow CCP Holders to Carry Guns on Campus? 11 Reservations of a ‘Gun Guy’

Should We Allow CCP Holders to Carry Guns on Campus? 11 Reservations of a ‘Gun Guy’

Before deciding to endorse a protective role for armed citizens on campus, school administrators must address these issues.

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