So how did gun control work in the recent Florida School Board Shooting

The Examiner has this discussion here:

In accordance with the Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990, employees of the District, parents of students, and visitors (with the exception of law enforcement officers) shall not possess, discharge or attempt to discharge a weapon as described in School Board Policy 7.203 on any facilities or real or personal property owned by the School Board. An employee, parent or visitor in violation of this policy shall be referred to law enforcement for possible criminal prosecution. . . .

The guy was a “prohibited person,” forbidden by law to have a gun. . . .

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Blogger Al B. said...

Who knows? Not only did he violate school board policy, and the state laws against assault and attempted murder, and federal laws against conficted felons posessing firearms, but he might even have parked his car in a handicapped parking space!

I wonder how many of those school board members are still in favor of gun-free zones after having been shot at while in one. Unfortunately, I suspect that some still would.

12/16/2010 5:24 PM  

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