AK State Rep. proposes eliminating state mandated gun-free school zones


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ngnrd
January 11, 2013, 03:30 AM
The push back continues. Let's all keep pushing...

Anchorage Representative Bob Lynn (R) is proposing a bill that would change Alaska State law to remove a State roadblock, and allow local school boards to decide for themselves if they want to allow teachers or other school employees to carry guns while in the schools.

Here's the link. (http://www.ktva.com/home/outbound-xml-feeds/Legislator-Proposes-Bill-to-Allow-Armed-School-Employees-186397871.html)

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Silverado6x6
January 11, 2013, 04:17 AM
Personally I think the AK State Militia needs to get motivated and to train armed individuals to be in place, we have a huge amount of Veterans in the state. And Veteran retirees who would love to rotate around the schools once a week or so.

Of course liberal Anchorage will balk but overall I have faith Alaska will take the right course, better yet it follows Wyoming and their third finger salute at any AWB.

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