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I hope that the Nebraska legislature recognizes this as the common sense, data-driven response that we want our legislators to use in making laws........

The above quote is really stretching it, "common sense" ,,,??

I really would love to see that bill pass, but man "common sense" ?
Whens the last time that has been used.:rolleyes:

Hate to be a party pooper... maybe it will pass.


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I have no problem with teachers with permits carrying in schools, with special provisions (to keep students from getting a hold of guns.) I still hope they put together some program with cops or armed guards in schools, as the NRA suggested last year. Teachers carrying isn't a substitute for law enforcement.
 

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I have no problem with teachers with permits carrying in schools, with special provisions (to keep students from getting a hold of guns.) I still hope they put together some program with cops or armed guards in schools, as the NRA suggested last year. Teachers carrying isn't a substitute for law enforcement.

"You’ll note that the “level II†permit would have the normal 8 hours of training for a normal Nebraska concealed carry permit, then add 16 hours (2 days) of situation specific training that outclasses any general law enforcement training (training required of all officers) I’m aware of designed for this quite specific set of circumstances. It is possible that SWAT/ERT units might get this sort of specific training, but certainly not rank-and-file patrol officers, who are lucky to have anything more than mandatory bi-annual re-qualifications in many agencies around the country due to budget concerns."
 
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