Several bills this legislative session reflect a mistrust of public schoolteachers. One bill prevents teachers from having voluntary donations to political action committees deducted from their paychecks. Another bill would weaken teachers’ collective-bargaining rights. Another bill would require them to teach doubts about global warming. Yet when it comes to guns, lawmakers seem to have complete trust in teachers. Under a bill the House approved last week, school boards could allow any employee licensed to carry a concealed handgun to bring a firearm to school.
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