Indiana Representative Jim Lucas had ended up showing his holstered gun at high schoolers, as they visit the Statehouse in order to show full advocacy for gun reform, where plenty of teenagers tend to feel relatively worried.
The Republican was specifically debating the topic of firearm legislation along with with students from the Burris Laboratory Schoo.. All as he opened the coat to show and properly tell his students that the gun was on his body. The group of students themselves will leave the caot open to show a firearm that had been holstered at the waist, all in accordance to the local news outlets.
The big problem here though is that keeping a gun on your body is not a very wise decision to make to begin with.
The gun being on his body, specifically, around the waits, had been so bizarre. Lucas himself had benen
The high schoolers themselves belong to the Students Demand Action, which is known as a national group of young activists that commit to ending gun violence in the United States. All as the Statehouse in Indianapolis, on Tuesday, for the annual advocacy Day in order to get lawmakers to protect from guns and school shootings. Approximately, 55 school shooting shave happened in Indiana since 1966, in all the research compiled from the K-12 school shooting database made from David Riedman. The first month of 2024 shows about 14 school shootings have occurred through the United States with 17 victims, as according to the database.
Statehouse File had been told by the students that the interaction with the state lawmaker had been leaving them uneasy.
Lawmakers and various staffers. are in need to carry them in the Statehouse Building, yet, the students had been quite bothered by the Representative flashing the firearm.