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Erin Gabbard v. Madison Local School District
On behalf of several concerned parents in Madison Township, Ohio, Gupta Wessler and Everytown for Gun Safety are challenging a local school board’s policy allowing teachers with minimal training to go armed while on school grounds. The complaint asks that the Court declare the school board’s resolution invalid because it allows teachers and other staff to go armed at school with only 27 hours of training, in violation of Ohio law. It also asks that the school board be required to disclose basic information about its decision to arm teachers to the parents in the district, under the Ohio Public Records Act. The case is currently pending in the Butler County Court of Common Pleas.