Professor M. Isabel Medina was mentioned and quoted in the Friday, January 18, 2013 edition of The Maroon. In the article 'Gun rights change at state level,' Medina was mentioned as having spoken out against Amendment Two before it was upheld last November. She was quoted as saying that it was "not necessary" since the U.S. Constitution already protects a citizen's right to bear arms. She also was quoted as saying that the amendment would prevent reasonable and possibly necessary regulation that could protect a community. Under the old version of the amendment regulations were passed that banned guns from courthouses hospitals and schools.