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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Alexander Wadley / The Kent Stater Ray Oak, Truck Driver, 37, inspects his Stag AR-15 rifle in preparation for the Open Carry/Firearm Education Walk at Kent State Sept. 24, 2016. “I believe anyone should be able to carry at any time. If you’re an adult and you’re able to go to war you should be able to carry a gun on campus. Just because you walk on campus doesn’t make you a criminal and mean they can take away your rights.” said Ray Oak.

Kent State trustees request changes for university deadly weapons policies

Mitch Felan September 30, 2016

Kent State's Board of Trustees Finance and Administration Committee moved to make changes to the university’s deadly weapon policy and end a conflict with state concealed carry laws during a meeting...

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