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Rep. Stephen Handy discusses his bill to allow a court to remove a weapon from a dangerous person. Julia Ritchey KUER

Rep. Stephen Handy discusses his bill to allow a court to remove a weapon from a dangerous person

"I understand the angst about the guardian program but I can't help but think about the coaches who literally ran in as shields to protect their students. while guys with guns were standing outside", said Republican member Chris Latvala.

Officials with the Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia previously said passage of a co-tenancy bill is vital to the industry's success in the state.

Del. Brent Boggs, (D) Braxton, an appointee to the committee, said House lawmakers would not come down from five percent - the same threshold education leaders are demanding for teachers to return to school.

Teachers and other school employees will gather outside 28 schools, then walk into the building while voicing their opposition to Senate Bill 1 in Clark, Franklin, Garrard, Lincoln, Montgomery, Rockcastle and Woodford counties and Danville Independent School District.

"You're not putting more weapons in school than you were a week ago or a month ago", Hopson told the chamber.

The committee approved a substitute which retains most of Adams' original bill but provides an opportunity for parental participation - although the judge would have the final say in whether a teen under 18 is allowed to marry. It was originally authored by Rep. Andy Gipson to allow for individuals who hold an enhanced concealed carry permit to challenge a business or agency if they are prohibited from carrying on public property.

The bill would name the program for slain assistant football coach Aaron Feis, who has been hailed as a hero for shielding students during the school attack.

This is sound legislation that was filed by state Sen. The original bill as it passed the House was created to provide a legal remedy for enhanced carry permit holders to pursue if they were denied the right to carry their weapon at various public places, including courthouses, sporting events and others. While the debates were passionate, they ended amicably with retirees asking the most powerful man in the Senate to reconsider tax reform before tackling the pension problem. Committee members voted 7-4 to approve the bill. Justice signed the bill Tuesday afternoon before an auditorium of teachers and supporters.

"We're really just perpetuating the narrative that the gun is the instrumentality or the actor of criminal violence", he said.

And he said the bill will make a difference.

Adams said she is working with other lawmakers on a compromise bill she hopes all parties can agree on.

If passed into law, the revised version "would breach the inviolable contract, resulting in numerous lawsuits against the commonwealth - lawsuits the commonwealth will lose", said Beshear, a Democrat.

After the vote, Hopson declined to respond to Gipson's remarks but said the Senate version was a response to ongoing concerns about safety at sporting events.

"Guns in our classrooms is unsafe, it's a matter of time before something goes wrong", Kaminsky said.

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