Howdy all - Was swapping PM's with another member just now and the Jeffrey Maxwell case came up. (For those of you unfamiliar with it, http://www.oregonfirearms.org/alertspage/02.10.09 alert.html) It came up that neither of us knew what ended up happening in that case, and I was wondering if any of y'all do? Jim Jacobe, a NRA certified CHL instructor in Salem, has quite a rant in his class when asked about the legality of carrying at WOU or other universities in Oregon, making no bones about the fact that WOU was pretty much put in their place by (someone, can't remember who he said, Legislature, Supreme Court, somebody??), and that the WOU President was told by this higher authority in no uncertain terms that he does not have the power to restrict concealed carry on campus as it is a publicly funded institution, and that carrying on campus is completely in the clear now. Jim even states he has held CHL classes on campus. However, the written WOU policy still states weapons are not permitted on campus. I've had many interactions with Jim, very knowledgeable and a stand up guy, and he does not strike me as the type to say something as a fact that he does not know is a fact. Nonetheless, it would be reassuring to see in writing somewhere the outcome of the Maxwell case, see if some type of case law has been established, and most of all to know how campus security is instructed to respond if someone were to out a fellow student who happens to be a CHL holder exercising his 2nd Amendment rights on campus. Thoughts, anyone?