NRA board member Sean Maloney of Buckeye Firearms Association has been contacted by educators and school systems in 34 different states. They seek information on the FASTER program, training to become armed first responders to protect their students in the event of an active shooter threat. Sean says the phones are still ringing. They receive more than 150 emails and phone calls a day. It's not whether they want training, but how. With five years of experience and over 1,300 people trained, FASTER has proven itself. Sean says now is the time to contact your state representatives, your congressman, your senator and your governor and tell them to make it possible for armed educators to protect the lives of your students. Originally aired on Cam & Co 02/21/18.