KSU asks for weapons exemption

By The Mercury

Kansas State University, along with the other Kansas Board of Regents schools, has formally requested a four-year exemption from allowing the concealed carry of weapons on campus.

“This exemption will allow the adequate time to look at all aspects of how the new law impacts our university,” said Ronnie Grice, assistant vice president for public safety.

The university has signs where weapons are prohibited.

University officials said the school’s general weapons policy also will remain unchanged during the four-year period.

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