School students could use food, pencils or their hands to imitate a gun without penalty under legislation endorsed by the state House.
The bill advanced Wednesday would shield students from discipline of fines for “simulating a weapon while playing.”
Sponsoring Republican Rep. Mike Kelley, of Lamar, says he was motivated by the Maryland case of a Baltimore second-grader suspended last year for chewing a Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun.
Imagine: Actually allowing kids to be kids again!
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