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School Principals Use Police Against Parents with Gun Permits

June 25, 2014 by Dean Weingarten

Gun Permit

Gun Permit

Two principals in widely separated states tried to use police against parents with gun permits. The good news: both principals ended up on the losing side when the parents refused to fold and took them to court. In the most recent case, the principal at Stratton Elementary School in Arlington, Massachusetts contacted police after the father showed the principal his gun permit. Not his gun…his permit. The father had come to talk to the principal about a drawing the son had made . . .

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discrimination, education, government, gun rights, ideology, intolerance, litigation, nanny state, oppression, philosophy, political correctness, public policy, second amendment

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