Florida gun control bill allows schools to hide evidence of student crime from taxpayers

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Florida gun control bill allows schools to hide evidence of student crime from taxpayers

Taxpayers across the country should be pleased to know their confiscated tax dollars will enable Florida schools to cover up & hide evidence of certain student crimes from the very people who foot the bill for the government school to exist in the first place.

But I don’t live in Florida, why should I care?

Whether you reside in Florida or outside Florida, your Federal tax dollars are directed to the DC swamp, then laundered through the Department of Education destined in part, for Florida.

A section of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s gun control bill allows Florida schools adopt procedures that excuse the school from reporting student-committed misdemeanor crimes to local law enforcement.

Here’s the exact language from Florida SB 7026, Section 1006.13:

“Zero-tolerance policies do not require the reporting of petty acts of misconduct and misdemeanors to a law enforcement agency, including, but not limited to, disorderly conduct, disrupting a school function, simple assault or battery, affray, theft of less than $300, trespassing, and vandalism of less than $1,000”

Governor Rick Scott’s gun control bill is shaping up to be another ObamaCare debacle—we had to pass the bill to find out what is in it.

Do taxpayers residing in close proximity of a school—especially a high school—expect their hard earned taxpayer $$ be used in a weird “see no evil, see no evil, speak no evil” way to keep them in the dark about student criminals in the community?

According to Governor Scott the answer appears to be WHY YES!

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