CAMPUS CARRY HEADWAY: Bill Proposed to Allow Citizens to Carry Firearms for Self-Defense on University of Alaska Campuses

handgunYesterday, an important NRA-backed self-defense bill was introduced to the Alaska Senate Judiciary Committee.

Those wishing to testify in support of this legislation will be able to do so tomorrow, March 5.

Sponsored by state Senator John Coghill (R-A), Senate Bill 176 would allow law-abiding citizens to possess and carry firearms for self-defense on the University of Alaska’s campuses by limiting the Board of Regent’s ability to regulate the possession and carry of firearms on campuses.

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