Push to arm teachers in California would face major hurdles

W■  By Louis Freedberg / Contributed ere California to try to implement anything remotely along the lines of what President Trump has proposed for arming teachers to prevent firearm massacres in schools, the state would have a massive and expensive undertaking on its hands. It would also almost certainly require significant legislative changes, because if anything California has been moving in just the opposite direction in its attempts to keep dangerous firearms off school campuses and out of the hands of school personnel. Beginning last month, a new state law (Assembly Bill 424) went into effect barring even school employees with permits to carry concealed weapons from bringing those guns on

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