Monday, August 1, 2016

Texas allows "campus carry" in college classrooms

The recent Texas legislation passed Monday, that allows for students to bring guns into classrooms as a preventive measure against mass shootings.

People 21 and older, with a valid concealed carry permit, are allowed to bring their handgun throughout the University of Texas, one of the largest universities in the nation.

This is a great step toward protecting gun rights and liberty, where college campuses are becoming more and more unsafe due to predators, crime, assaults, robberies, and sexual assaults.

With this legislation, University of Texas students will be able to defend their life if confronted by imminent danger.

Texas Governor Greg Abbot said it perfectly:
"A gunman could already bring a firearm on to campus, and the law could prevent mass shootings because someone with a licensed concealed weapon could be ready to confront a gunman."

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