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Tennessee: Gov. Haslam lets guns-on-campus bill become law

by WOA Admin May 03, 2016

The bill, Senate Bill 2376, allows full-time faculty, staff and other employees of Tennessee's public colleges and universities who have handgun-carry permits to carry their guns on campus — but they must notify the local law enforcement agency with primary responsibility for security on their campus — the campus police, for example.


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