“The University of Kansas’ chancellor knows firing a gun on campus areas with pressurized gas cylinders, rocket fuel and other combustibles might be disastrous, though she frets the school still can’t ban firearms in such places,” the AP reports.
Bernadette Gray-Little, the University of Kansas’ chancellor, told the University Senate on Thursday there are high-security labs and other campus areas where shooting a gun would be dangerous, the Lawrence Journal-World reported. But she says the state’s attorney general has told the school it can’t make those places exceptions to state law.
The exception to the concealed-carry provision is buildings with adequate security measures to bar all guns, such as metal detectors or security guards.
So KU should create adequate security in those facilities, right? In fact, you might say it’s a good idea regardless of campus carry. You know; given that people with ill intent might want to ignite these materials with an illegally possessed firearm. Or by some other method.
As Voltaire pointed out, common sense is not so common.