Concealed Carry on Campus Proponents Wearing Empty Holsters

You may notice some gun holsters being worn on the A&M campus the rest of this week, but they'll be empty...at least for now.

It's part of the continued national movement to change state laws and allow licensed gun owners to carry on campuses.

Students for Concealed Carry on Campus is making the symbolic move to raise awareness for their cause.

A Texas Senate bill authored by an Aggie, Senator Jeff Wentworth is up for discussion in Austin, along with a companion bill in the House.


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