Money for Florida’s Guardian Program cut from state budget
NCFL (WCJB) - Money for Florida’s Guardian Program has been cut from the state budget.
$41 million in unused funds was cut from the program that pays law enforcement agencies to train armed school staff or volunteers to act during a shooting.
The program was established in 2018 following the tragedy in Parkland.
The cuts didn’t deter Putnam County Sheriff H.D. “Gator” DeLoach, who said in a statement “At the start of the school year, whatever that may look like, we will have guardians in place along with our youth resource deputies.”
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