Kansas lawmakers approved a bill loosening restrictions on carrying weapons into public buildings sparking a hot debate all over the FHSU campus
[raw][quote_right] “The new law is going to affect us but we don’t know how yet. It will be determined at the Regent level.” Kent Stewart, FHSU University Relations
[/quote_right][/raw] bubbling up to the Student Government Association (SGA). In early 2013, the SGA closed the door on conceal and carry by passing a resolution opposing any measure allowing concealed carry weapons on campus.
The law, which took effect in July permits universities, community colleges and technical colleges to prohibit concealed guns in their buildings for another four years provided they show adequate campus building security.