Ohio Governor Ushers In New Law Allowing School Staff To Carry Firearms After 24 Hours Of Training
"We have an obligation to do everything we can every single day to try and protect our kids," Gov. Mike DeWine said.
June 14, 2022 at 4:59 pm
Thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) Monday, it is now easier for educators throughout the Buckeye State to become authorized to carry firearms on campuses.
At the Ohio Department of Public Safety headquarters in Columbus, where Gov. Mike DeWine is holding an event announcing his signing of HB99, which slashes training requirements for teachers and other school staff to carry guns in school. pic.twitter.com/dONNCmNaR8— Andrew Tobias (@AndrewJTobias) June 13, 2022