THIS is pretty funny — in a dark sort of way:



A professor at Boise State University was concerned about the legal ramifications of a proposed bill that would permit concealed-carried guns on Idaho’s college and university campuses, so he posed this question to state lawmakers: When may I shoot a student?


Biology and criminal justice professor Greg Hampikian [above] used that hypothetical in a New York Times op-ed published Thursday to explore what sticky situations could arise if the bill were to pass and concealed-carried weapons were allowed on campus. From the op-ed:




I assume that if a student

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THIS is pretty funny — in a dark sort of way:

A professor at Boise State University was concerned about the legal ramifications of a proposed bill that would permit concealed-carried guns on Idaho’s college and university campuses, so he posed this question to state lawmakers: When may I shoot a student?

Biology and criminal justice professor Greg Hampikian [above] used that hypothetical in a New York Times op-ed published Thursday to explore what sticky situations could arise if the bill were to pass and concealed-carried weapons were allowed on campus. From the op-ed:

I assume that if a student

...

Read more