Colorado School District Works Around Gun Laws, Hires Administrators as Armed Security to Protect Kids

February 18 2013
by Dan Cannon
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According to the, a small school district in Colorado, which is too small to afford a dedicated security guard, and too far from the closest law enforcement agency to reach them quickly, has worked around a ban on guns in schools by hiring it’s school administrators as armed security guards.

The administrators will essentially be classified as working two jobs, their normal position and armed security guards, which are one of the exemptions allowed under CO law.

A bill which would have allowed school districts to arm teachers (only if they wanted to) was killed by Democrats in the state legislature recently.

This is is the same legislature which is likely going to force hundreds if not thousands of manufacturing jobs out of the state by banning standard capacity magazines.

Dan Cannon

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