Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Gun News

An Arizona lawmaker is renewing his fight to allow students and professors to carry guns on higher education campuses, raising a controversial issue that resulted in a veto by Gov. Jan Brewer last year. A bill that state Sen. Ron Gould introduced Monday with support from the National Rifle Association would allow people with necessary permits to carry concealed guns on campus grounds and prevent public universities and community colleges from restricting that privilege.
 Read the article: The Associated Press

South Dakotans would be allowed to keep guns locked in their private vehicles at work if a House bill is passed and signed into law. The House Judiciary Committee on Monday voted to send the bill to the House floor.
 Red the article: The Associated Press

Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow state employees to bring guns to their workplace as long as they have a concealed weapons permit and keep the firearm locked in their vehicle and out of sight.
 Read the article: The Bangor Daily News (Maine)

Newly-released documents show that last February, on an official visit to Mexico, Justice Department official Lanny Breuer suggested fighting arms trafficking by using the tactic of intentionally letting guns flow into Mexico via criminals.
 Read the article: CBS News

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