Gun rights supporters are celebrating a victory over an appeals court decision involving the University of North Florida. A ruling by the first district court of appeal says U-N-F cannot forbid students from keeping guns in their parked cars on campus. Channel 4's Erica Rakow joins us live to tell us what this means -- Erica? 3 3 IT'S A MIXED BAG OF OPINIONS AMONG STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .. SHOULD PEOPLE BE ALLOWED TO HAVE GUNS ON CAMPUS? Megan Mclain/Junior, Psychology 053702 I feel like you should have the right to protect yourself, but at the safe time I think it opens doors for more bad things to happen. Susan Kurilla, Junior, Psychology 053837 I am looking forward to getting my concealed weapon, but I don't think it needs to be on campus for the simple fact that having weapons on campus heightens things to get more violent.A PANEL HAS RULED THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA CANNOT REGULATE GUNS ON CAMPUS. U-N-F HAD A NO GUNS ON CAMPUS POLICY .. WHICH THEY'VE SAID IS FOR THE SAFETY OF THE STUDENTS. BUT AN APPELLATE PANEL TOOK UP A LAWSUIT AGAINST THE SCHOOL AND IN THEIR CONCLUSION THEY STATE: UNF Policies and regulations, to the extent it prohibits possession of securely encased firearms in motor vehicles, is illegal and unenforceable.ATTORNEY ERIC FRIDAY WITH FLORIDA CARRY SAYS THE PANEL JUST REAFFIRMED THE STATE'S 26-YEAR-OLD LAW.Eric Friday/Lead Council, Florida Carry 222805 People like the University of North Florida, its president and its administrators and other universities have ignored the law.Day after day year after year. Final the court has said no more.FRIDAY, WHO WAS LEAD COUNSEL ON THE ISSUE, SAYS SCHOOL DISTRICTS CAN WAVE THE GUNS ON CAMPUS RULE BUT THAT UNF IS NOT A SCHOOL DISTRICT. FRIDAY SAYS A SINGLE MOTHER WANTED TO CARRY HER GUN IN HER CAR WHILE SHE TRAVELED TO AND FROM SCHOOL FOR HER OWN SAFETY. BUT THE SCHOOLS POLICY WOULDN'T ALLOW HER TO DO THAT. THAT'S WHY HE FILED SUIT AGAINST U-N-F AND PRESIDENT JOHN DELANEY TO CHANGE THE UNIVERSITY'S RULE.