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CSU student leaders back guns on campus

Associated Press
Fort Collins, CO Colorado

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Colorado State University student leaders have voted to urge CSU President Tony Frank to continue letting people with concealed-weapon permits carry guns on campus.

Twenty-one members of the Associated Students of CSU Senate voted Wednesday for a resolution making the recommendation to Frank. Three voted against it. Five members were absent or abstained.

CSU currently uses the default state law, which allows concealed weapons for permit holders. Weapons are banned from CSU residence halls and university-run apartments.

Campus public safety officials and Frank’s cabinet have recommended a ban with some exceptions, such as for security officials guarding high-profile visitors.

Frank will make the final decision.

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Information from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com

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