Donald Trump says arming teachers will prevent future school gun massacres

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A shooting February 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, resulted in 17 people dead and 14 more wounded.

The students plan to stage a "March For Our Lives" rally in Washington D.C. next month.

Anti-gun violence groups like Student Walkout Against Gun Violence and National School Walkout, have urged students to take place in coordinated walkouts across the nation, including one that's planned for April 20 - the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado.

Rubio was confronted at one point during the meeting by Frank Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter Jaime Guttenberg was killed. Coffee over gentrification in Denver, and is now working as a legislative aide to state representative Jovan Melton. So this is to every lawmaker out there, no longer can you take money from the NRA, no longer can you fly under the radar doing whatever it is that you want to do because we are coming after you. They told the 500 students and parents waiting for them that they were fighting to protect all students.

Students say they are frustrated with the lack of action regarding gun control, and that it's time for their voice to be heard.

"Anyone who advocates for arming teachers doesn't understand teachers and doesn't understand schools", Weingarten tweeted Thursday. We call BS. They say a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun. He was referring to Aaron Feis, an assistant football coach who died shielding Parkland students from gunman Nikolas Cruz. That's why I was so adamant about getting this ball rolling. "They are going to change this world, and we just got to give them support". "That's an issue that we're reviewing", he said.

Tay Anderson giving a rousing speech at the Ink! Is there anything about Denver's march that will be unique? "We really do think we can make a change and make our country safer".

"Please be advised that the Needville ISD will not allow a student demonstration during school hours for any type of protest or awareness", Rhodes said in letter, seen by The Chronicle. We have survivors from university shootings. And we'll have a gentleman from the Aurora theater shooting.

Protesters feared counter protests, but they never happened. Do you think that these particular officials are going to buck the NRA in any meaningful way?

"I want my schools protected just like I want my banks protected", he said. "This would be obviously only for people who were very adept at handling a gun, and it would be, it's called concealed carry, where a teacher would have a concealed gun on them". So, how was it possible that this boy that we all knew was clearly disturbed was able to get an assault rifle-military grade-and come to our school and try to kill us?

Even if they caught this person, I'm being nice when I use the word 'person, ' they probably wouldn't have known what to do.

Parents had a little advance warning; late Wednesday morning Sullivan had shared with parents, via email, a note that Principal Nathaniel Rouse had sent to faculty and staff earlier in the morning. "After seeing what happend in Florida, it really does affect you". "It affects there learning because you shouldn't have to worry about if you're going to be safe". "I think its wonderful that the youth is finally stepping up and saying they're exhausted of this, and they're finally taking a charge". It's not about taking away the Second Amendment. "These kids should not have a rifle".

Volusia County Schools in Florida, about 230 miles north of Parkland, said last week the district has asked authorities for additional surveillance at their schools in response to the events in Parkland.