Bradley, Gwendolyn
March 2007
Academe;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p10
This article reports on a bill that was passed by Utah legislators in February 2007, which will allow residential college and university students to choose not to room with students who have concealed-weapons permits. In the earlier version of the bill, faculty members will be allowed to declare their individual offices to be gun-free zones if notification was posted and gun storage provided. The legislation is the resolution to a long-running dispute between the university and the legislature over whether the university can restrict guns.


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