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bill allowing teachers to carry passes?

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17 year old senior David Hogg will now get a lesson in real life. I'm guessing he missed the history class on the constitution. Or, maybe he didn't.
 
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17 year old senior David Hogg will now get a lesson in real life. I'm guessing he missed the history class on the constitution. Or, maybe he didn't.
I have heard that there are those that might suggest this for young Mr. Hogg:
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On its way

I'm assuming the bill effectively modifies §790.06(12)(a)(9-10), allowing a carve-out for particular teachers who are willing and able to engage in the program (as they do in Ohio). The carve would likely resemble subsection 5, where it specifically delineates that "nothing in this section shall preclude a judge" from packing heat in the courtroom.

I have yet to take a look at what's on its way up to the governor, and came here to find out. The governor, however, appears to be playing politics, and has been smacking it up about how "teachers should be teaching and not worrying about anything else."

Let David Hogg drop out and let's see how far he gets.


Saludos,
Jesus
 
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