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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Members of both parties in at least a dozen states push to arm teachers and principals

Pro-Gun Advocates Push Back Against Gun Control After Newtown

From the piece:

And leading the charge are state legislators of both political parties who say the massacre last week means it is time to consider allowing teachers, principals, and school staff to start carrying firearms to work and tearing down those “Gun Free Zone” signs that now sit at the entrance of many schools across the country. Lawmakers in nearly a dozen states now say they plan to push legislation that would do just that in the coming year.

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