COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – School districts could set their own training requirements for armed employees under Republican law resulting from a court battle over a district’s reaction to a school shooting.
Legislation pending in the GOP-controlled House Criminal Justice Committee would set a minimum of 20 hours of training in addition to what is needed to obtain a concealed weapons license, but would allow districts to opt for more.
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