Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Oh Goodie. Another School I Can't Teach At. U of Arkansas.

So what if I didn't
staple my report?

A proposal advanced by a House panel Tuesday would leave the decision of whether to allow faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns up to college and university boards after the lawmaker behind the idea changed his bill to allow schools to opt out.
The House Education Committee approved by a voice vote the proposal that would allow the governing boards for public colleges and universities to ban concealed handguns on specific campuses, areas of campus or buildings, a provision already included for private campuses.
Rep. Charlie Collins' original proposal would have required public colleges and universities to allow faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns.


  1. Does anybody really want to work at U. of A.?

    1. It depends on their stapling policies.

    2. Little Rock is a hell of a lot better than where I am now.

  2. The key is to conceal carry a gun on be damned. If you're doing the "conceal" part properly, no one even knows anyways.

    FYI this article is also dealing with state law, not federal.