Posted April 28, 2023 7:42 pm by Comments

By Erich Pratt

Nashville Rep. Andy Ogles, R-Tenn., is dropping a bill to expand teachers’ Second Amendment rights and protect students from school shooters.
Rep. Andy Ogles (R-TN)
Ogles is introducing the Teachers Empowered Against Classroom Harm (TEACH) Act on Friday to establish a grant program to provide defensive firearms training programs to protect students from armed intruders.
“The TEACH Act would harden schools by allowing teachers and school staff the option to participate in defensive training programs aimed at protecting schools and their children,” Ogles told Fox News Digital.
“Right now, Education Secretary Cardona has a personal slush fund of over $27.5 million dollars — instead of using that money to advance the Left’s indoctrination campaign, we should work so that our kids are safe from armed intruders,” the congressman continued.
“We will never be able to ban the intentions of evil people but we can allow responsible men and women of good will to equip themselves in order to stop bad actors in their tracks,” he added. “This bill would help make our students, educators, and classrooms safer.”…
Colorado GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert, another cosponsor of the bill, told Fox News Digital that in “2021, 49% of all active shooters were stopped by armed civilians.”
“If Congress is serious about preventing

Source: Gun Owners of America

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