Federal judge denies request for temporary injunction against Texas campus carry law

You can find a copy of the court's ruling here.  The plaintiffs were "arguing the Campus Carry Law and Policy violate their First Amendment right of academic freedom, the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment...."

The court rejected all those contentions in what appears to be a well-reasoned decision.  I find it interesting that the plaintiffs did not mention the 2nd Amendment which s much more specific on the issue than the provisions they argued.


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