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  • Right To Carry And Protect

    Right to Carry and Protect The United States has some of the most relaxed gun laws in the developed world. There are not many countries in the world where an adult can walk into a store and walk out with a firearm and bullets to match. Gun ownership has become increasingly popular as crime and outdoor recreation have become more prevalent in American society. Whether or not a person truly needs a gun to protect himself remains the question with many lawmakers. Many pro-gun lobbyists,…

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  • Concealed Carry On Campus

    Concealed Carry on Campus: A Controversy in Need of Compromise A large controversy in today’s society is the matter of the concealed carry of weapons. The argument for concealed carry is mainly that it is everyone’s right to protect themselves and others by carrying weapons with them. The opposing argument is mostly that by having more weapons around, there is greater danger rather than safety such as when guns are misfired and other related accidents. While it is true that there have been…

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  • Concealed Carry Case Study

    license to carry a firearm while on public university campuses. The law allowing concealed carry on Texas college campuses goes into effect on Aug. 1. Kyle K. Bonath, Texas Tech police chief, said he has 25 years of experience in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. “Legislation probably passed the law for campus carry because average police response time is two minutes on campus,” Bonath said, “and we are probably one of the better response times.” Bonath said the new campus carry policy…

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  • Essay On Concealed Carry In Schools

    When thinking about safety, we might attribute safety to an environment that is free of risk and hazards. College and university campuses are safer than other zones in America (Students For Concealed Carry 642). However, the atmosphere that campuses are known for can change with the induction of guns into school. Carrying concealed weapons hold a risk to not only the students, but to the professors as well. To keep our campus setting free of the peril, we must not allow guns to enter the grounds…

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  • Campus Carry Research Paper

    year institutions); August 1, 2017 (2 year institutions); individuals who have a valid Texas handgun license may carry a concealed handgun on college campuses in certain areas so long as the area has not been designated by school as a weapons free area” (Beatty 5). This means the Houston Community College only has one more peaceful semester left. Even far before its legalization, Campus Carry has been a controversial topic for ongoing discussion among a large body of students and faculty at…

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  • Argument Against Concealed Carry

    Concealed carry or CCW is a fundamental right in the United States of America guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution. Private citizens have the right to lawfully arm themselves and protect themselves with firearms. While many people believe that mass shootings can be prevented by making it harder to obtain the weapons that carry out horrible crimes, the truth of the matter is that making firearms more accessible to the people would limit the severity of mass shootings. If you…

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  • Campus Carry Research Paper

    The Mechanics and Impact of Campus Carry Should students, faculty, and staff be allowed to carry gun on college campus?This has been the controversial topic of gun control in several sates.Tragic events like Sandy Hook elementary, Oregon, Virginia Tech, Umpqua Community College and UT in 1966 inspired legislature too sanction conceal weapons in college campus. Senate bill 11 pass and will take place in August 2016 in all public Texas university.There is an abundance of feeling about Senate bill…

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  • Concealed Carry On College Campuses

    Concealed Carry on College Campuses On April 16, 2007, one of the deadliest shootings the United States has seen occurred on the campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. The fatalities included thirty-two students and teachers. The shooter was a senior English major from the Blacksburg campus of Virginia Tech, Seugn Hui Cho. The violence began early that morning, when he shot a female freshman and a male resident from his dormitory. He then fled the scene. Police…

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  • Concealed Carry Research Paper

    groups that share their views either for or against, like the NRA, National Rifle Association, which supports concealed weapons and the Brady Bill, which is against concealed weapons. At the end of the day there are just two groups, one for concealed carry and the ones against it. These two groups have the same goal, to keep people safe, but each have a certain ideas on how to make that happen. Many use the argument that mentally unstable people will get a gun and start shooting people, because…

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  • Gun Carry On Campus Essay

    Conceal and Carry on Campuses The big question is, Should schools and college campuses allow faculty, teachers and student to carry guns in schools. Many people say that allowing students on campus with guns will make the problem worse, but by allowing them to, parents teaching them responsibility. Most parents think that horrible things are going to happen, but teaching children gun safety when they are little helps them understand how dangerous they are. Teaching children early on helps…

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