Idaho Considers Armed Teachers in School Gun Free Zones
Updated: Jun 14
The Idaho State Senate is hearing a bill which will allow teachers and administrators with advanced concealed carry training to be armed in so-called gun-free zones.
SB 1384 amends Idaho code 18-3302c and d, the concealed carry statute, to allow school employees the ability to carry on school property if they possess an Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons License. It does not require them to do so. It protects them from having to disclose the fact to the public, but requires them disclose the information to the Principal and Superintendent. They cannot be punished for complying with this law.
The bill was referred to the State Affairs committee on March 3. Check out the status of SB 1384 legislation here.