University of Colorado students will still have the right to bear arms—but those with valid concealed-weapons carry permits will have to live separately from the rest of the student body. The school’s campuses in Boulder and Colorado Springs are changing their housing contracts to reflect this new rule for students over the age of 21 with permits, who comprise less than 1 percent of the student-body population on each campus, according to school officials. The university has been working on this new regulatory policy since March, when the Colorado Supreme Court upheld an appeals-court ruling that rejected CU’s gun ban.
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