An article discussing the future of a large anti-abortion bill in the Kansas Senate quoted Professor Richard Levy.
A controversial bill in the Kansas House of Federal and State Affairs Committee would allow concealed carry permit holders to bring firearms onto college and university campuses.
The University Daily Kansan wrote:
Many supporters of the bill believe it is their constitutional right to carry firearms in public under the Second Amendment.
However, Richard Levy, University School of Law Professor of Constitutional Law, does not think current interpretations of the amendment call for concealed carry on campus.
An Associated Press story on Kansas lawmakers' failure to redraw the state's political boundaries - forcing federal judges to intervene - featured Richard Levy, professor of law.
Richard Levy, a professor of constitutional law at the University of Kansas, said the court's jurisdiction to draw lines derives from constitutional requirements for equal political representation.
Kansas Public Radio featured Professor Richard Levy's take in a recent story about the latest school finance lawsuit in Kansas.
HANCOCK: But some legal experts say that may not be enough to prove the state has violated the Constitution.
Rick Levy is a constitutional law professor at the University of Kansas.