While many people applauded efforts in Tallahassee to up school safety in the wake of the Parkland shooting, school districts are finding themselves increasingly cash-strapped trying to abide by the newly-passed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.

Although the state is providing some money to cover costs, it’s nowhere near enough. Sarasota County schools will have to pay $5.1M for resource officers in every school, because, according to the Herald-Tribune, local law enforcement backed out of of paying their portion.

Superintendent Dr. Todd Bowden told the paper the district is looking into the option of creating its own police force as a cost-saving measure.