State-Campus Shootout over Gun Rules

July 2004
Perspective (08889732);Jul2004, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p3
Reports that the state of Utah plans to introduce legislation seeking to prevent higher education institutions from banning guns to the campus. Campus ban on weapons implemented by the University of Utah; Provisions of the proposed legislation.


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