On April 7 the Alaska Senate passed campus carry legislation that also allows persons with concealed carry licenses to carry their firearms in dormitories.The legislation–Senate Bill 174–passed by a vote of 13 to 5. According to KTVA, SB 174 takes aim at the University of Alaska’s anti-gun policies. Bill sponsor senator Pete Kelly (R-Dist. A), said, “The policy of the University of Alaska is to say, OK, concealed carry is available to the rest of the state, but not on our campus. And for them to do that, they do it in a manner to achieve, they have said, the safety, it’s a safety issue with them. But of course we have seen that declaring an area a gun free zone and achieving safety are not connected in any way.” States around America continue to show the Federal government that states do indeed have more power. Now we will have college kids who will be able to protect themselves from the likes of criminals maybe even terrorist. One thing that we will witness with this is the likelihood of crime dropping around campuses state wide in Alaska. If the crime does drop drastically on campus grounds in Alaska, it should only go to show that guns in the hands of law abiding Americans will prevent crime. Alaska is just now another state that will not see Obama or terrorist. One thing we will defiantly not see in Alaska is Trump protesters gone wild, like we have recently seen in the past week in Wisconsin during the states primary voting.
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