Recently, Colorado State University (or CSU) proposed changing its policy of allowing students to carry concealed handguns on campus. The change has aroused opposition as well as support. In this public radio story the lawyer for a gun-rights advocacy group and a local sheriff both speak out against the move, with the advocacy lawyer claiming the group will sue the university if it moves forward and the sheriff stating that he will not enforce the law.
Story Length: 3:13
Grace Hood, distributed by PRX