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Arizona: House Committee to Hear School Safety Designee Legislation Tomorrow

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Tomorrow, February 26, House Bill 2412 is scheduled to be heard in the House Appropriations Committee at 2:00 p.m., in HHR 1 of the state Capitol.  Introduced by state Representative David Stevens (R-14), HB 2412 would allow a school employee who has been designated and approved by the governing board of a charter school or school district to possess a firearm on school grounds for school safety purposes.  This “Optional School Safety Designee Program” will be established by the Attorney General’s office and require annual training coordinated by the Office of the Attorney General and state Department of Public Safety.

This legislation would be a positive step forward in protecting students and faculty across Arizona.  Your NRA believes that it is important that our schools are able to be defended through the lawful exercise of the Second Amendment.  Using the contact information provided below, please call and e-mail members of the House Appropriations Committee and encourage them to SUPPORT HB 2412.

  

House Appropriations Committee:

Representative John Kavanagh (R-23), Chairman
(602) 926-5170
Jkavanagh@azleg.gov

 
Representative Justin Olson (R-25), Vice-Chairman
(602) 926-5288
Jolson@azleg.gov

 
Representative Lela Alston (D-24)
(602) 926-5829
Lalston@azleg.gov

 
Representative Paul Boyer (R-20)
(602) 926-4173
Pboyer@azleg.gov

 
Representative Chad Campbell (D-24)
(602) 926-3026
Chcampbell@azleg.gov

 
Representative Thomas Forese (R-17)
(602) 926-5168
Tforese@azleg.gov

 
Representative Rick Gray (R-21)
(602) 926-5991
Rgray@azleg.gov

 
Representative Adam Kwasman (R-11)
(602) 926-5839
Akwasman@azleg.gov

 
Representative Stefanie Mach (D-10)
(602) 926-3398
Smach@azleg.gov

 
Representative Andrew Sherwood (D-26)
(602) 926-3028
Asherwood@azleg.gov

 
Representative Michelle Ugenti (R-23)
(602) 926-4480
Mugenti@azleg.gov

 

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