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Columbine Survivor Turned Legislator Introduces Bill to End Gun-Free School Zones

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Patrick Neville was a student at Columbine High School in 1999 when two young men killed 12 fellow students and one teacher. Now Mr. Neville is a Republican member of the Colorado State House representing Castle Rock.

Unlike many of the squeaky wheels covered by the mainstream media, Neville offers a common sense solution for combating the possibility of future tragedies. Neville is proposing that concealed carry permit holders be allowed to carry their firearms into Colorado’s gun free school zones.

How many lives might have been spared at Sandy Hook and Columbine if a teacher, administrator, or other staff member would have been carrying a gun?

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