Board of Education District 2 in El Paso County voted unanimously to allow trained teachers and other staff members to carry concealed on school property.
Westin Sandberg says he was trying to raise awareness and exercise his right to carrying a firearm. Colorado law allows that citizens open carry a firearm without a permit in public with few exceptions.
On Tuesday March 22nd the case was heard by a three-judge panel and dismissed for several reasons, primarily, a lack of legal weight. The spokesperson for the panel, Nancy Moritz wrote that: ” The mere possibility that ‘some day’ a member…
Colorado statute already allows that those with legal concealed handgun permits may carry on public University campuses but does not allow that school teachers or other faculty at elementary, middle, junior, or high schools may carry or have a firearm with them in the schools.
It appears the Denver Aquarium has followed the Museum’s example. I was at the Aquarium on February 20th and was pleasantly surprised when I got to the main entrance and noticed the signs were gone.
The homeowner had been tied up in his own home. When the intruder left the homeowner broke free of his bands and gave chase, allegedly firing his gun at the fleeing intruder’s vehicle.
In early December 2015 the Denver Museum of Nature and Science decided to remove a prohibition against concealed firearms. Concealed carry permit holders visiting the museum have been pleasantly surprised to notice the big red “no gun” sign previously posted at all entrances has now been removed.
Earlier this week the State of West Virginia has announced that they have reached a new reciprocity agreement with Colorado. This agreement includes that the two states will begin honoring each other’s respective concealed weapon permits.
The other was told the next appointment time was in April. I really struggle to understand this. Denver County is no more slammed with application than any of the other counties (like Jefferson) and yet they appear unable to be able to keep up with demand.
Perhaps Colorado University has given up their ongoing battle to restrict firearms on campus but they are clearly looking for other opportunities to achieve their vision and goal to the greatest extent they can. According to today’s Denver Post article, the University now intends to create segregated dorms. Students who posses a concealed weapon permit will be made to […]