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Published: 2018-12-19 10:05:28 | Updated: 2018-12-19 10:05:28

The trump panel recommends keeping a gun in the school

The security panel, formed by the US President Donald Trump, suggested on Tuesday that schools in the United States can consider the issue of keeping an armed staff. News AFP In February, after the murder of a educational institute in Florida, in Florida, a Federal Commission was constituted for the school security panel led by Education Minister Betsey Dves. In the school attack, 17 people were killed. A former student of the school carried out the attack. This led to massive protests across the country demanding control of arms. The commission has rejected the demand for increasing the minimum age required for purchase of guns. Their 180-page report argued that most of the people who attacked the school got their weapons from family members or friends. Instead, they advised to keep armed staff for the sake of quickly addressing school safety and violence. The commission's recommendation further said, in this case, the school authorities can appoint experienced military and police officers.

The trump panel recommends keeping a gun in the school

The security panel, formed by the US President Donald Trump, suggested on Tuesday that schools in the United States can consider the issue of keeping an armed staff. News AFP In February, after the murder of a educational institute in Florida, in Florida, a Federal Commission was constituted for the school security panel led by Education Minister Betsey Dves. In the school attack, 17 people were killed. A former student of the school carried out the attack. This led to massive protests across the country demanding control of arms. The commission has rejected the demand for increasing the minimum age required for purchase of guns. Their 180-page report argued that most of the people who attacked the school got their weapons from family members or friends. Instead, they advised to keep armed staff for the sake of quickly addressing school safety and violence. The commission's recommendation further said, in this case, the school authorities can appoint experienced military and police officers.
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