FWIW, I attended the Tea Party event referred to in the article. There were several reps (Klick, Capriglione, Stickland, Krauss, Zedler and I think one other) and one Senator who lives in this town (Hancock) and they all spoke about their plans for the 83rd session. Most of their comments were generalities although there were a few specific topics covered and even a few bills mentioned (Klick said she has already pre-filed a campus carry bill but I was unable to speak with her and haven't found any info about it yet).
I think most, if not all of them, commented on gun control and the ridiculous notion that a chunk of metal is somehow responsible for evil. Perry had great things to say about gun rights and in the Q&A session towards the end (I think the question was about gun control in response to the CT shooting), he mentioned that he would like to see gun owners be able to carry anywhere in the state. He added the bit about property rights a few seconds later as an afterthought and said that of course, property owners have the right to prohibit anyone from their property. What I took away from his answer was that a number of public places (college!) are currently off limits and he wants to reduce them. IIRC, this is also where he made the comment that if a teacher or other school official has a CHL (or permission from the school board/officials) they should certainly be able to carry.
We had a chance to write down questions on a card beforehand, my question:
As a CHL holder and a 24 year old student, I must disarm myself before entering a building on campus. It's ridiculous that one moment I'm a law-abiding citizen, and the next moment, due to a slight geographic change, I'm suddenly a felon. In the 82nd legislature, we made good progress to return 2nd amendment rights to students but unfortunately, it was not good enough. Do you plan to propose, or support such legislation in this coming session?