Headline: "Columbine survivor, now a lawmaker, pushes to legalize guns in schools"

USA Today reported recently that Colorado State Rep. Patrick Neville, a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting, has introduced a bill that would allow guns in Colorado schools.

According to the article, Neville was a student at Columbine on April 20, 1999, when two peers opened fire, killing 13 people.

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Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones calls on people to demand armed presence in schools

Less than 24 hours after shots rang out in the cafeteria of Madison Jr./Sr. High School, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones took to the airwaves to discuss the events that transpired, and called upon parents and teachers to demand armed school resource officers or teachers.

Op-Ed: Kent school board made foolish decision not to learn about violence

Editor's Note: The Following op-ed was published in the New Haven Register (New Haven, CT) in response to an editorial praising a Connecticut Board of Education's rejection of a proposal to consider implementing Buckeye Firearms Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives pr

Armed Teachers Now Trained in 63 Ohio Counties

COLUMBUS, OH - In response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, which claimed the lives of 20 children and 6 adult staff members, Buckeye Firearms Foundation launched an emergency response training program here in Ohio for teachers, administrators, and other school staff.

FASTER Saves Lives program recommended to be adopted at first Connecticut school

by Chad D. Baus

Just over three years after a deadly attack on an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut inspired Buckeye Firearms Foundation to begin a program to arm school faculty, news media in the Constitution State are reporting that the Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives program is being considered for adoption in a Kent, CT school just 40 miles from Sandy Hook Elementary.

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