Tell Your Florida State Senators What You Think of SB 7030
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Just received an urgent text from Everytown about SB 7030, urging Florida voters, in italics, below:
URGENT: FL lawmakers vote this week on extreme bill to arm teachers in Florida schools. Reply CALL to tell a key senator to oppose SB 70030. (Everytown)
Naturally, I started googling for the text of this SB 7030, below, in italics:
CS/SB 7030: School Safety and Security
GENERAL BILL by Infrastructure and Security ; Education
School Safety and Security; Requiring a sheriff to establish a school guardian program under a certain condition; requiring school districts to promote a mobile suspicious activity reporting tool through specified mediums; requiring the Commissioner of Education to review recommendations from the School Hardening and Harm Mitigation Workgroup; revising the duties of the commissioner to include oversight of compliance with the safety and security requirements of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act by specified persons and entities, etc.
Last Action: 4/8/2019 Senate – On Committee agenda– Appropriations, 04/11/19, 9:00 am, 412 Knott Building
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
To see the Bill Text, please click on the Web Page
To check on the status of the Bill, please click HERE.
Let your Florida state senator know about your position regarding this SB 7030.
Be sure to find your respective Florida state senator’s contact information by clicking on the name of your district’s senator’s name HERE.
The Hillsborough County School Board approved a proclamation against arming teachers. School board member Lynn Gray invited students to join in this proclamation to present a united front. This comes as lawmakers in Tallahassee consider expanding Florida’s current law to arm teachers. SB 7030 would make all teachers across the state eligible to carry guns on campus, in the video “Hillsborough school leaders pass resolution opposing arming teachers, 10News WTSP“, below:
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