Marshall University Prof: Cops and Vets Earn Their Second Amendment Rights Through Months of Training
By Dan Zimmerman
The presidents of West Virginia University and Marshall University penned a joint letter to legislators opposing the bill in late January.
“We believe that our boards of governors are best suited to decide whether guns should be permitted on campus,” the letter reads. “We therefore do not support statewide campus carry.”
The presidents of West Virginia State University, Concord University and Shepherd University wrote a separate letter saying they strongly support the Second Amendment but “have serious reservations about the significant public safety challenges” that the bill would present.
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