Idaho Lawmakers Consider Bill Allowing Concealed Carry In Schools
By Tom Knighton
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The most effective means for protecting kids in school from armed maniacs isn’t age limits on buying a gun or universal background checks. No, it’s having a good guy with a gun present to end the threat before things get ugly.
Despite that, anti-gunners have made it their mission to do everything they can to prevent that from happening. Instead, they freak out about how the same teachers they lionize regularly will suddenly flip out and start gunning down others.
In Idaho, it seems at least some lawmakers aren’t buying that nonsense.
Idaho lawmakers are considering a proposal that would allow anyone with an enhanced concealed carry permit to bring weapons onto public school grounds.
The bill, which would prevent Idaho public schools from restricting who can carry weapons on campus, was introduced by the Idaho House of Representative’s State Affairs Committee on Tuesday, despite bi-partisan concerns, Boise State Public Radio reports.
Currently individual school boards can set their own firearms policy, but HB203 makes it state law that anyone with an enhanced concealed carry permit is allowed to bring weapons onto public school grounds and would also prevent administrators from …Read the Rest
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