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Buckeye Firearms Association Legislative Chair Ken Hanson is about to release an Instructor Update that will address many of the concerns facing Ohio Concealed Handgun License (CHL)/NRA Certified Instructors as the time for the first round recertification of CHL students' competency approaches.
Only subscribers to Buckeye Firearms Assocation's FREE Pro-Gun Newsletter will receive this Instructors' Update, which will be emailed to subscribers on Monday, August 25th.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, trustees at the the Harrold Independent School District in northern Texas voted to allow teachers to bring handguns on campus when classes start this month, as long as they meet licensing and other requirements.
David Thweatt, superintendent of the 110-student district, told the newspaper they adopted this policy because of shooting sprees at Virginia Tech, the Amish school and other educational institutions.
"When the federal government started making schools gun-free zones, that’s when all of these shootings started," Thweatt is quoted as saying. "Why would you put it out there that a group of people can’t defend themselves? That’s like saying 'sic ’em’ to a dog."