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The state Supreme Court ruled Monday that the University of Colorado cannot ban concealed-weapon permit holders from bringing their guns to campus.

And while gun-rights activists are celebrating the ruling, CU says it discounts the regents’ authority to govern safety on its campuses.

Colorado’s highest court sided with Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, a gun-rights group that filed a lawsuit against CU in 2008, arguing that a university policy banning concealed weapons from its campuses violates state gun laws.

Source: Brittany Anas for Colorado Daily.

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