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Florida’s Teacher Carry Law Went into Effect on October 1

On October 1, 2019, Florida’s teacher carry law went into effect.

Under SB 7030, teachers would be allowed to concealed carry during their work day provided that they go through 140 hours of training and pass an extensive background check and psychological exam.

However, not every school district will allow teacher carry.

Miami Dade and Orlando will continue to hire police officers to provide security.

Tracking the number of teachers carrying in Florida’s will be a difficult task in the near future.

The law features language which requires anonymity about who decides to carry and what schools they work at.

This anonymity would keep shooters from finding out which teachers are carrying.

Read the full story from Big League Politics

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