March 14, 2018|Speaker Ryan Press Office
WASHINGTON—House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the following statement after the House passed the STOP School Violence Act:
“If there is any place our children can feel safe, it should be our schools. The STOP School Violence Act takes a multi-faceted approach that will help prevent school violence before it takes place. It gives law enforcement, school officials, and students the training, technology, and resources they need to identify and prevent threats. This is a common-sense approach to combatting senseless violence. I want to thank Sheriff Rutherford for his leadership on this vital issue.”
This bill also incorporates key elements from legislation introduced by Reps. Steve Chabot (R-OH), Kay Granger (R-TX), Rodney Davis (R-IL), Luke Messer (R-IN), Mike Bost (R-IL), Mike Coffman (R-CO), and Susan Brooks (R-IN).
Our Team Core Value System and Principals are guided by a desire to protect our friends, neighbors, co-workers and children from harms way in a system disaster prevention much more robust then the obsolete systems offered by yesterday's solutions.
Our collective beliefs are easily reflected in the sentiments stated by Speaker Paul Ryan (upper right).
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We feel that businesses and community organizations have a right to at least the kind of care and concern in regard to personal safety and peace of mind such as those who serve in our government buildings currently enjoy.
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