Sheriff says he’ll undermine gun ban

rebelling against rebellion I say.
clipped from www.gazette.com
The Colorado State University Board of Governors voted unanimously Tuesday to place students at both of its campuses in harm’s way with a sweeping weapons ban law-abiding citizens will obey and criminals will ignore.
Larimer County Sheriff James Alderden, outraged by the ban, told The Gazette’s opinion department he will undermine it in the interest of student safety.
Alderden said ban advocates have been unable to cite a single study or statistic to show that students will be safer as a result of a weapons ban.
“There are volumes of statistical and anecdotal data that show populations are safer when law-abiding citizens are permitted to carry concealed weapons,” Alderden said.
Six years after Alderden began issuing permits, he noticed the homicide rate in his jurisdiction had dropped.
At CSU-Fort Collins, the ban includes pepper spray, in quantities greater than an ounce, and Tasers.
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I was made in America by God and my hope is people will see the quality of that workmanship.
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