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By M. Alex Johnson, staff writer, NBC News With the debate over gun violence reshaped by the shooting deaths of 20 children and six adults at a Connecticut elementary school last month, lawmakers across the country are pushing proposals to arm teachers in the classroom. But many of them may be wasting their time. More than a third of the states already allow teachers and other adults to carry guns to school. In most cases, all you need is the equivalent of a note from the principal — you usually don't even need law enforcement approval.
Originally posted by SecludedGamer
reply to post by network dude
looks like the nra got what they wanted. now they just made it easier for the killers to get a hold of a gun. they dont even have to use their own.edit on 14-1-2013 by SecludedGamer because: (no reason given)