Arizona may actually do what a lot of gun-rights advocates have been urging:
A committee of the Arizona Legislature is weighing arguments made today over a proposal to let people with permits to carry concealed weapons bring guns to K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.
The Senate's Judiciary Committee listened to more than two hours of testimony about the proposal, but didn't take a vote.
The testimony came four days after a gunman opened fire during a lecture at Northern Illinois University, killing five young people before turning a gun on himself.
It's not like the gun-free-zone thing has been working, is it? But this article also contains a good argument against concealed-carry in schools that has to be answered: "Opponents say police officers urgently responding to a school shooting might have difficulty distinguishing innocent permit-holders from the gunman."