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(c) A firearm that is secured in a locked container approved by the district or in a locked motor vehicle 12 the entire time that it is on school grounds or property, except while in use for a school-sanctioned instructional 13 activity, is not considered to have been brought to school or possessed at school.
The following are not included in the definition of a firearm: (a) a picture of a firearm; (b) a fractional-sized replica of a firearm such as on a toy soldier, a charm bracelet, a necklace, or a lapel pin; (c) a person imitating the sound of a firearm discharge; and (d) a person forming the person's hand into the shape of a firearm.
Apr 24, 2013 in the House- Bill Died in Process