SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – The California bill requires schools to educate parents of middle and high school students annually about the dangers of guns.
But they don’t have to tell school officials if they keep guns in the building.
The state Board of Education three weeks ago rejected the demand to display firearms as an attack on privacy. So Democrat Sen.
Anthony Portantino reworked his bill. The narrow side closed the same committee on Wednesday.
His revised bill would require schools to include information about the proper handling of firearms in annual announcements they send home to parents of students in middle school and high school. high school.
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