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Bill Banning Carrying on School Grounds Heads to California Governor

Assembly Bill 424, which attempts to subvert authority of education officials, passed the California State Assembly and on it’s way to the governor's desk. This post Bill Banning Carrying on School Grounds Heads to California Governor appeared first on Shooting Sports News.
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