3 It's been labelled - the pop tart law - and it's being debated RIGHT NOW in the Florida house. It's a backlash against cases like one recently in Maryland, where a student was suspended after making a pop tart in the shape of gun and pointing it at other students. Now there's an outcry over "no tolerance" policies that GO TOO FAR. far.Channel 4's scott johnson joins us LIVE ... he's spoken with the state legislator behind this proposal 3 the idea is that if I showed this in the wrong way in some schools or this... I might get suspended.This law looks to change that and would also allow pro-gun and pro-2nd amendment shirts in schools. 3 1'35-1'40 to think that a student may get in trouble at school for shaping their hands in the form of a gun...or even... and i'm serious here... make a pop tart into the form of a gun and brandish it at school may seem ludicrous to some...and that's why a florida lawmaker wants to change the law, so kids don't get in trouble for using their fingers or a pop tarts or any other random item as a gun. REP. DENNIS BAXLEY/ OCALA 16:21:17 - with this policy there's also a layer of common sense that would clearly indicate you need to use discretion and not move toward police like activity when it was clearly horseplay. this push is a reaction to school districts zero tolerance policies for keeping firearms out of schools.. and check out the wording of this legislation... it would ban school districts from "brandishing a partially consumed pastry or other food item" which seemed pretty ridiculous to some... but others aren't so sure lightening up on guns is a good idea.21:01:56 - that's a joke... it makes no sense 21:02:23 - it's bad they should get in trouble for that...'they should?' they should be doing something that symbolizes violence.under the law students would also be allowed to wear clothes that display guns or the second amendment...but would ALSO allow teachers to punish students who disrupt learning or pose a legitimate threat... one person who doesn't think this bill is a good idea is channel 4 crime analyst ken jefferson. He says making this law would just keep school administrators from doing their job.KEN JEFFERSON 20:59:40 - it's an overreaction simply because with the teachers and administrators watching behaviors, I don't think they need to change the law. the bill has passed a house education subcommittee and has a few more hurdles before becoming law. scott, the issue of guns is school is a national issue... is florida the only state looking at this?