The real question then is not just present but present at ALL publicly accessible entrances. This was done as a compromise to partially disarm the argument that they are limiting rights already granted. I would not be nearly as worried about the need to be armed during the event as I would be about being armed between my vehicle and the event entrance. I hope the House KILLS HB 1083 as it exists in it's current form. The armed teachers portion is really no more than a canard to serve as a leverage to get more restrictions on Enhanced Carriers. As current law is worded the schools etc should likely lose a court case if they ever charged someone and tried to enforce their asinine interpretation of standing law. Additionally, as is being reported from FL most all of their school Boards and Superintendents are already announcing they will not exercise the option to arm teachers so the bill was really used as a vehicle to get more of the real gun control crap agenda enacted. HB 1083 with the Senate amendment says schools "may" arm if they choose, it does not say they "shall" have armed teachers so it leaves it to a district by district choice. The way it looks to me we will gain nothing by the passage of HB 1083 as it exists now and would actually lose. Is my understanding correct?? And they don't even say how long the officers have to be at all publicly accessible entrances.