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July16, 2008

Vol. 108, No. 16

Arming campus police

In response to: Campus police seek approval to carry weapons

I guess creating your own armed militia (Notebook, May 14) would go nicely with other constitutional issues addressed on campus. Why not outsource? Get the local constabulary to hire additional officers and then rent them back. They would be of service on and off campus, and the officers would actually know each other.

Steve Rementer ’68
Lancaster, Pa.

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