Florida appeals court rules that, in most cases, public colleges and universities can't regulate weapons on campus.
Hundreds of college presidents sign open letters written by their colleagues, vowing to help Obama in curbing violence.
For college presidents addressing guns on campus, responding to concealed carry at their institutions isn't the only problem. Reaching legislators is a struggle, too.
As some begin to question college presidents who aren't signing a letter demanding specific gun safety measures, most stay mum.
College presidents reiterated their written calls for stricter gun control legislation in person Monday. This time, politicians joined in.
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