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Glad to see that some common sense is finally in the works...

From Tallahassee.com:
State Rep. Dennis Baxley, R-Ocala, said the proposed bill is designed to bar “overreactions” under zero-tolerance policies designed to keep weapons out of public schools.
The bill cleared by a state House panel on Wednesday would bar school districts from suspending students for “brandishing a partially consumed pastry or other food item” bitten into the shape of a weapon or “possessing a toy firearm or weapon made of plastic snap-together building blocks.”
Importantly, the legislation would also prohibit schools from punishing students who wear clothing (such as tee-shirts) that depict firearms or organizations such as the NRA.
 

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At least make stupid so painful like a child placing their hand on a range top burner, it generally only happens once.

They should just pass a law that it's required to euthanise stupid.
 

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You may not be able to fix stupid but you damn sure can make it hurt and hurt it should. Gonna be dumb, better be tough is what I was told and taught.

Can't fix stupid... Stupid hurts, eh!
 

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Another win for common sense in the gunshine state.

Why do I feel like the words common sense are curse words now?

Because BO abuses them like redheaded step children?
 

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Another win for common sense in the gunshine state.
Florida has passed several lately. :?

Congrats to Florida for passing some common sense legislation yesterday:

H0089 prevents people from being charged if the threaten to use deadly force if they qualify under chapter 776

S0424 Stops discrimination by insurance companies towards gun owners

H7029 AKA the 'pop tart law' provides that simulating a gun, or wearing gun related clothing is NOT ground for discipline

H0523 provides for tax collectors approved by the state to issue concealed carry permits

H0525 protects concealed carry holders personal information from release to the public or media

Proposed Florida Gun Laws :: American Gun Owners Alliance
 
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