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    Kentucky Safer Schools Project

    My friend David has taken the offense in the recent national debate on mass school shootings. He's actively combating the emotionalism with facts, logic, reason and common sense. He started the Kentucky Safer Schools Project (28JAN13 post) and he spoke to his local school board as a concerned parent (29JAN13 post). He's a very credible speaker. He is the very antithesis of the inbred gun toting moron label that the media tries to slap on any gun rights activist.

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    This is how attitudes are changed. Not overnight, but over time. Not everyone at the same time, but one person at a time, calming down enough to see through the fear and hype and instead listening to the quieter inner voice of reason and sanity.

    Obviously, preventing parents and teachers and school administrators from being armed does nothing to deter a mentally deranged and prescription drug addled criminal from harming children, but it does prevent anyone else from preventing him from committing his heinous acts. Disarming law abiding citizens protects children from people who never were and never will be a threat. Gun free school zone signs have a track record of being 100% ineffective in their nonsensical goal of protecting children from mass murders. Duh.
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    How does KRS.527.070 Section 3(f) line up with federal law?

    Right on. I'm an educator, and I would like to see the gun restrictions in schools eliminated. I was surprised that the state allows the board of education and the board of trusties to authorize persons to be exempt from unlawful possession on school property.

    The wording can be found in KRS.527.070 section 3(f).

    The link is: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/krs/527-00/070.PDF

    How does this line up with federal law?

    Although I don't see it passing through the board in Jefferson County, I would love to petition for authorization. Has anyone does this before and succeeded? ...and failed?

    Dancing banana for section 3(f).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    Right on. I'm an educator, and I would like to see the gun restrictions in schools eliminated. I was surprised that the state allows the board of education and the board of trusties to authorize persons to be exempt from unlawful possession on school property.

    The wording can be found in KRS.527.070 section 3(f).

    The link is: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/krs/527-00/070.PDF

    How does this line up with federal law?

    Although I don't see it passing through the board in Jefferson County, I would love to petition for authorization. Has anyone does this before and succeeded? ...and failed?

    Dancing banana for section 3(f).
    They can authorize anyone to carry, but unless the individual they give permission to carry has a Kentucky issued CDWL then they are still unable to carry because of the federal GFSZ. Of course there are certain posistions that are exempted from the law, and they are discussed in KRS 527.020.
    "I never in my life seen a Kentuckian without a gun..."-Andrew Jackson

    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect every one who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined."-Patrick Henry; speaking of protecting the rights of an armed citizenry.

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