Then Burt went a step further. He accused parents who support banning guns in schools of not caring about their children. “I wish the ones removing our guns from the sane people would care about our children as much as I do,” he wrote. “But they don’t.”
Representative Burt's deep concern for children was evident during the last legislative biennium, when he voted for these (and other) bills:
To repeal major sections of HB370 , an anti-bullying law.
To repeal coverage of children's early intervention therapy services, as well as diagnosis and treatment of autism or developmental disorders; HB309.
For weakening judicial oversight of child welfare cases; HB1365.
Against banning BPA in baby food products; HB1182. (The FDA warns that BPA may be hazardous to fetuses, infants, and small children.)
Representative Burt went on to care a little bit more about our children and their families by voting to reducing the lifetime limit for TANF cash assistance that needy families can receive, from 5 years to 3 years. HB0263.
Yes, nothing says "I care" like weapons. Thank you Representative Burt.
A big H/T to Tuck and Granite to State Progress for their legislative report card.