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Insurance companies to drop Kansas schools allowing firearms on campuses

09.07.2013 00:51

An insurance company currently providing coverage for the vast majority of Kansas school districts is refusing to renew coverage for schools permitting teachers and custodians to carry concealed firearms.

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Anonymous user 09.07.2013 18:01

Insurance companies do not want to take high risk elements, period.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 16:08

Just cos insurance co's say something its not legal,its discriminating against constitution=ILLEGAL

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 13:54

Lawyer Bruce Kelley President & CEO of EMC INS Group Inc, is paid $2,091,943 per yr.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 11:40

I had a feeling if schools permitted firearm carrying teachers and custodians they could lose ins.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 06:35

Sorry, I meant "OK Coral"...I was my "tooth"?

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 06:34

why is the "OK Corale" mentality taking over? I don't want a police state, but kids strapped? Dumb.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 06:32

@2:59 and they do have a nice "tooth" to go with their shiny gun...

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 02:59

Homeschoolers test better and are better trained to think.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 02:19

If the teachers can pack the kids should be able too as well to defend themselves.

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 02:14

The insurer is right!

Anonymous user 09.07.2013 02:02

Each state has the right to make these decisions. It is what the people want.

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