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At least 40 School Districts in Ohio allow Teachers to Carry Permitted Concealed Handguns

23 Nov , 2015  

WKRC-TV Channel 12 in Cincinnati reports:

. . . In Ohio, around 40 school districts now allow teachers with concealed carry licenses to carry their weapons in class. In upstate Ohio there is top level, extraordinary teacher training.

The teachers and administrators train side by side with local law enforcement and paramedics at John Benner’s Tactical Defense Institute.

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UPDATED: Allowing teachers and staff to carry guns in schools doesn’t increase school insurance premiums, info from seven states

27 Oct , 2015  

Utah

Curt Oda, past president of the Utah Independent Insurance Agents Association of Utah. Response received via text —

All public schools and most all public charter schools are covered by state risk management.
They also come under government immunity statutes and caps.
Some public charters and all private do get private insurance.  

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CPRC in Investor’s Business Daily: “Chancellor Fires Blanks At Texas College Campus Carry Law”

2 Jun , 2015  

UPDATE: Governor Abbott explains why he will sign the Campus Carry bill that passed the state legislature. These remarks were made on the Mark Davis Show on KSKY-AM.


Original Post:
John Lott’s newest piece at Investor’s Business Daily is part of a debate on this question with Bloomberg’s Frank Wilkinson (his piece is available here).  …

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CPRC in the Austin (Texas) Statesman: “Open Carry versus Campus Carry: what should be the priority”

12 Feb , 2015  

John Lott’s piece in the Austin (Texas) Statesman’s is as follows:

With well over 700,000 concealed handgun permit holders in Texas, there is a good chance that someone next you in a grocery store or restaurant is carrying a concealed handgun. But some are only satisfied if others actually know that they are carrying.  

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Afghan police arming schoolteachers and university lecturers to protect against terrorist attacks

2 Feb , 2015  

Since the Taliban massacred 150 people at a Peshawar school in December, the Afghan police are teaching teachers how to use guns to protect their students and themselves.  The CPRC has recently discussed the benefits of letting civilians rather than uniformed police or soldiers to defend targets.  From the New York Times:

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Georgia getting rid of gun-free school zones

9 Aug , 2014  

There are two new laws that went into effect in Georgia on July 1st (HB 60 and HB 826).

HB 826: A person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43-38-10 [may possess a concealed firearm] when he or she is within a school safety zone or on a bus or other transportation furnished by a public school or a person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43-38-10 when he or she has any firearm legally kept within a vehicle when such vehicle is parked within a school safety zone or is in transit through a designated school safety zone

HB 60: A person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43-38-10, [may possess a concealed firearm] when such person carries or picks up a student within a school safety zone, at a school function, or on a bus or other transportation furnished by a school or a person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43-38-10 when he or she has any weapon legally kept within a vehicle when such vehicle is parked within a school safety zone or is in transit through a designated school safety zone

The two bills are quite different.…

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CPRC on Fox News discussing Georgia getting rid of some gun free zones, other related media

24 Apr , 2014  

Watch the latest video at <a href=”http://video.foxnews.com”>video.foxnews.com</a>Fox News on April 24th from 3:33 to 3:37 PM.

The Georgia State House passed the bill 112 to 58 and the State Senate passed it 37 to 18, with prominent Democrats such as State Senator Jason Carter, who is likely to be the Democrats’ gubernatorial nominee, voting for the bill along with other Democrats.…

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