The University of Delaware is giving money to a Second Amendment student group for shooting practice ammunition. NBC10's Tim Furlong speaks to one of the founding members of the group as well as UDel students about the school's decision.
UD funds many student groups, and they were understandably nonplussed when a student gun group applied for university funding to support the chosen student activity .... shooting.
Although the U eventually determined that they had no legal justification for rejecting the application, they specified that they ammunition purchased with these University funds NOT be stored on campus!
The student who initiated the request has agreed to store the ammunition on his own non-campus housing location.
Film at 11.
(NOTE: okay, it's not "Campus Carry", but I didn't have a better label except for GOOD THINGS!)