MURDOCK — The legislative lobbyist for the Charlotte County School Board informed members Tuesday that a state bill that would allow specified individuals to carry a concealed weapon into schools continues to gain traction in the Legislature.
Vern Crawford gave board members an update on numerous bills dealing with education currently before the Legislature. One of the bills discussed is a measure that would allow school board members to designate a person permitted to carry a concealed firearm into schools. The individual would have to be either a veteran or active duty member of the military, or a retired or current law enforcement officer who is still in good standing with the agency at which the person worked.
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