Chiefs of Police Association: College campuses should have the right to set gun policies

The contentious debate over the rights of permit-holders to bring guns onto college campuses was back in the spotlight last week with news that a University of Colorado staffer accidentally fired her handgun, injuring herself and a colleague. Now a representative of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police says it's clear that colleges should have the right to make their own gun policies.
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