Myanmar Reduces Penalties in Public Protest Law - ABC News
Even in conservative Fannin County, proud of its hunting and gun culture, school officials haven't embraced the plan. School Superintendent Mark Henson said officials haven't had any conversations about arming teachers, but will ultimately listen to what the community wants. "This is one we will wring our hands over," Henson said.
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The amended version still requires people to seek permission for public protests but it eliminated a clause from the original law saying that "authorities can reject the permission," implying that protests will be allowed as long as they are peaceful. Human rights groups have criticized the law, which was passed in December 2011 and has been used to imprison land-grab victims and activists.
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