Volunteer Armed Teachers (alongside a whole bunch of other stuff) Has been approved by the Senate with 65 Yeas and 47 Nays.
The senate approved it last week so I figure it will be on its way to the Governor’s desk for signing.
If we get the Church Carry Bill signed too, I may have to break my self-imposed ban on alcohol and actually have a small libation.
Goal for next year: Get rid of the 19-20 ban on buying firearms.
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I have been training like mad for the past couple of weeks so I am up to scratch when I have to attend the 144 hours of training. We do have a Guardian program that was accepting non-teacher volunteers and I am still not sure that I will be permitted to carry by my district, but that is a major hurdle cleared.
That question was answered quickly. All of the school boards in Florida have already announced that they will NOT be allowing teachers to participate in the program.
Next…. voting them out.
God forbid there is another school shooting.
So they are killing the programs that are already running?
No, but they will not be accepting any teachers into the program. Only staff such as janitors, cafeteria, secretaries, etc.
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