Colorado group tries to revive a college campus ban on concealed weapons

by Greg Campbell, The Daily Caller  |  published on December 2, 2013

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A group called Safe Campus Colorado is attempting to revive one of the few gun-control laws that Colorado’s Democratic-controlled state legislature was unable to pass during the last session: a ban on concealed weapons on college campuses.

The effort to put the measure onto the 2014 ballot is being spearheaded by former Littleton Police Chief Heather Coogan and businessman Ken Tolz. Tolz once ran against former Rep. and current GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo in the 6th Congressional District.

“We believe gun violence prevention is one of the major public safety issues of our time,” they wrote on Safe Campus Colorado’s website. “We believe carrying concealed weapons on Colorado’s great university, college and community college campuses threatens the safety of students, faculty, staff and administrators.”

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