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GMU Gun Regulation Is Constitutional (access required)

A regulation that prohibits carrying a firearm in George Mason University’s academic buildings, administrative offices, student residences and dining facilities, or while attending sporting, entertainment and educational events, does not violate the Constitution of Virginia or the U.S. Constitution, the Supreme Court of Virginia says. The circuit court held that sovereign immunity barred a declaratory judgment ...

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