Easing gun restrictions is wrong for the University of Alaska
Recently, Alaska state legislators introduced Senate Bill 174, a bill that is second only to the budget in terms of the impact it will have on the future of the University of Alaska. SB 174 would allow the possession of concealed firearms anywhere on a university campus -- even inside dorms -- and overturn existing university regulations on campus safety stating that guns must be kept in cars or locked storage. Although I am a conservative and a firm believer in gun rights, as a student I cannot support SB 174 or the effect it would have on our university campuses.
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