Did Better Family Life mention this during the march? <br><br>”Some say that raises legal and liability questions.<br><br>Missouri lawmakers passed a law in 2014 that creates a framework for how school districts can arm their employees to protect against school shootings by becoming “school protection officers.” It sets out how teachers seeking to carry a gun would have to go through special training at a certified law enforcement academy and file their name with the Missouri Department of Public Safety.<br><br>Yet no teachers in Missouri have done so.<br><br>“There is still no list,” said department spokesman Mike O’Connell. “No names have been received.””<br><br>Why is there no BFL rally against this?

Did Better Family Life mention this during the march?

"Some say that raises legal and liability questions.

Missouri lawmakers passed a law in 2014 that creates a framework for how school districts can arm their employees to protect against school shootings by becoming “school protection officers.” It sets out how teachers seeking to carry a gun would have to go through special training at a certified law enforcement academy and file their name with the Missouri Department of Public Safety.

Yet no teachers in Missouri have done so.

“There is still no list,” said department spokesman Mike O’Connell. “No names have been received.”"

Why is there no BFL rally against this?

A Missouri law allows armed teachers. Schools are using something else

The few rural Missouri schools allowing employees to carry concealed guns in order to respond to an active shooter in a school aren’t using a state law
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