VSU students, faculty protests against guns on campus

| April 4, 2016

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VALDOSTA – A group of Valdosta State University students and faculty members protested Georgia’s college campus carry bill, which would allow guns on college campuses.

The bill was passed, but Governor Deal has yet to sign the law.

Protesters at VSU urged a veto, saying guns on public campuses cause major safety concerns. Some students said they support the second amendment but don’t think a college campus is a place to exercise that right.

The group is urging students and faculty to call the Governor and express their opposition.

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