Texas AG Warns Professors Can Be Disciplined If They Ban GunsTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says university professors could face disciplinary action if they don't allow handguns to be brought into their classroom.
Lawsuit Aims To Stop Texas Campus Carry Before Classes StartTexas' new law allowing concealed handguns in college classrooms and buildings has barely started and already faces a federal legal challenge seeking to block it before students return for the fall semester.
Texas' Campus Carry Law Now In Effect At Public UniversitiesIf you have a Texas concealed handgun license you are now allowed to carry your weapon onto the campuses of public universities across the state. The new Campus Carry Law, passed in 2015, went into effect today.
Some Texas Professors Say Guns In Classes Could Stifle DebateSome faculty members at the University of Houston say sensitive subjects may become taboo in their classrooms because of a law allowing Texas public university students to bring guns to class.
Texas Private Colleges Are Saying No To Guns On CampusMore than 20 private schools have said they won't lift their gun bans when the law takes effect this August, including the state's largest private universities that have religious affiliations and often align with the type of conservative values espoused by the politicians behind the law.
Some Teachers, Staff In Keene ISD Will Be Able To Carry Guns On CampusesThe district is made up of 3 campuses and about 1,024 students. All of them are currently served by one police officer.
North Texas School District Set To Arm Staff MembersArmed staff members will soon be walking the halls of schools in one North Texas school district. The Argyle ISD school board has approved a plan to allow certain teachers and other staff member to carry concealed firearms.