Rep. Steve Nass, chairman of the state Assembly’s Committee on Colleges andThe Senator went on, It isn’t clear what carriers could do with their guns if they don’t have a secure spot to leave them, but those kinks can be worked out along the way, Nass said.
Universities, co-authored the bill. The last time legislators tried to approve
concealed carry, he said, they created a list where weapons would be
That list was so extensive that lawmakers this time decided to
let universities, churches and businesses make their own decisions.
Wouldn't it have made more sense to remove the kinks before opening the floodgates?