Free of Bull, Full of Bulldogs

Carey Torres

April 3, 2014

The fact that Illinois would even allow such a law like concealed carry to take effect saddens me. It’s bad enough that people carry weopons illegally, but to just go and say that its perfectly fine is just upsetting. I personally would not feel comfortable walking arounds in public, let alone school, knowing that someone could have a gun on them. Sure, they may put up a “no-concealed carry” sign on the front door, but that really won’t stop someone from bringing one in anyway. I feel like you’d just be asking for trouble by doing so. Also, I do not think that it is necessary for the security guards to have guns on their person either. There is a very slim chance of them ever needing to use it, plus if for whatever reason it gets stolen, that would be a huge problem that the school would have to deal with.

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