Teaching assistant at University of Utah under fire for concealed carry weapon section in syllabus

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SALT LAKE CITY -- A graduate teaching assistant at the University of Utah is under fire after she included a section in the syllabus discouraging students from bringing concealed carry weapons into her classroom.

Just two days after handing out the controversial syllabus, the teacher has been reassigned after a local lawmaker and several students spoke out against her attempt to stifle her student's rights.

To learn more, check out Courtney Tanner's article in the Salt Lake Tribune.

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