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A Wednesday Review-Journal story on a proposal to deputize and arm university system employees should have stated that people with written permission from a college or university president can carry a gun on campus. But the police chiefs at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Community College of Southern Nevada said they recommended to their college presidents not to grant such permission.

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