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Should Colleges Buy Ammo for Student Gun Clubs?

A controversy at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill adds heat to the debate over firearms on campus.

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Anastas-King has sought ammo funds for his club from student congress for the past three years, but he declined to say how much ammo his group has used or how it was purchased.

Meanwhile, Root has received harassing messages, ostensibly from supporters of the gun club who dislike his bill. "Such disregard for the sanctity of the collegiate justice system will not be tolerated," one anonymous email warned.

Gavin Aronsen is a reporter at Mother Jones.