Appeals court hears profs' challenge to Texas campus carry law

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Hundred inmates it was supposed to open in november twenty teen but a series of construction issues forced the more than two and a half year delay at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio lawyers for three university of texas professors have asked a federal appeals court to revive their lawsuit it challenges a law allowing concealed handguns on university campuses attorneys for the professors argue that the exchange of free ideas in the classroom could be in jeopardy if teachers or students fear that their colleagues or classmates maybe armed the texas solicitor general's office says it believes the lower court's ruling will be upheld because the suit is based on subjective fear the case was heard in a new orleans courtroom by three fifth us circuit court of appeals judges i'm clayton the stock mortgage due for a correction everybody knows it invested in real estate.

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