Carmel schools could change policy to allow guns in vehicles

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  • Thorvington Finglethorpe

    …So don’t ban them in “all circumstances,” just ban them in a staggering list of circumstances so comprehensive that trying to find a legal time to bring a gun to school is basically impossible. Like say, “If more than two students are on school property nobody may have a gun on school property.”

    It avoids the unconstitutional total ban, but let’s the district set appropriate policies for their own property and student safety.

  • Bruce Braden

    The lack of respect for life is codified in the Old Testament. The god therein has no respect for the lives of adults, children, including the unborn in the womb. This god commits or orders mass genocide/holocausts numerous times because he is a jealous god. Hosea 13:16 has this god commanding that unborn babies be slashed from wombs, infants to be smashed against rocks. It is time people of earth redo their theologies and mythologies. Thousands of years of this barbarity and delusion is enough. Any intelligent designer of life would expect as much.
    The notion that “God” needs praise and adoration is absurd. Just another example of Man projecting onto god his own attributes and needs. No god worth his salt would need anything from Man.

  • Senior Class President

    Bad idea.

    Baaaad, bad idea.

    • Larry Verrill

      Glad to see a student leader has commen sence about this issue.

  • Nicki McNally

    Sen. Luke Kenley did not vote against this. He voted against the original bill in January. Once the guns in school parking lots amendment was added, he voted Yea, in March. Current in Carmel should issue a correction. Carmel voters should know that Sen. Kenley supported this dangerous legislation.