Missouri has passed a law allowing trained teachers to carry firearms at school. There was enough support for this law to overturn the Governor’s veto. Finally some people are beginning to wake up and realize that law abiding citizens need to be able to defend themselves and the people for whom they are responsible. Teachers must be able to defend their students, and now in Missouri they can.The law requires that teachers must have a concealed carry permit and must go through additional training.
This new law also includes many other important provisions to keep everyone safe in the State of Missouri. It allows people who have a gun permit to carry their gun openly, forbids local governments from restricting people from openly carrying their gun, forbids police from disarming a person unless they are being placed under arrest, and lowers the age to obtain a concealed carry permit from 21 to 19.
You can read more about this at http://mic.com/articles/98762/teachers-can-carry-concealed-guns-in-missouri-after-legislature-overrides-governor-s-veto
Every State needs to pass a law like this! Allowing law abiding citizens to protect themselves is the only way we are going to stop the mass shootings!
Please contact your State legislators and urge them to immediately pass a law like this new one in Missouri.
You can find your State Legislators contact information from your State’s official website. You should be able to find your State’s official website by doing a Google search.
If laws like this got passed in every State, even ISIS would not stand a chance. They will not be able to come over here and behead people and shoot people like they do in other countries, because our citizens would be armed. Arming the citizens of a country protects that country from invasion.
Please contact your State legislators today.
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Luke 22:36 “Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.”