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TSRA Reacts to Three UT Professors Suing to Block Campus Carry Law

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Austin, TX -- The Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA), the state’s largest firearms and shooting sports organization, released the following statement about three UT Professors suing the University of Texas and the state of Texas to block campus carry legislation from taking effect in August 1, 2016.

"This lawsuit ignores the fact that 'Campus Carry' legislation has been passed by 8 other states and is allowed on more than 100 college campuses? These professors should know it is hard to call something 'experimental' or 'dangerous' when there is a clear history of lawful behavior from Texas licensees," said Doug DuBois, Jr., Executive Director of the TSRA.
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