UT faculty can ban guns from their offices

Houston Chronicle:
Professors at the University of Texas at Austin will be allowed to ban guns from their offices, the UT regents said Wednesday.

Under a new state law, concealed license holders will be able to carry handguns throughout public college campuses in Texas beginning in August. The law allowed each university to carve out gun-free zones. At the UT flagship, dormitories will be gun-free and faculty will be able to ban guns from their offices, under policies given the green light by regents.
There is more.

The story does not indicate whether the profs will have signs saying there are not guns in the office.


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