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Wyoming House Committee approves guns in schools

A Wyoming House Committee approves guns in schools bill this past week.  The bill would allow school districts to make rules allowing teachers and other district employees to carry firearms on school campuses.


If the bill passes and gets signed into law, it would allow volunteers, teachers, coaches, and other contract employees with valid concealed firearms permits to carry at school.  First the employees and volunteers must attend 40 hours training in addition to their concealed firearms training.   For up-to-date news accounts of this story, photos and to post a comment, please access the links below:

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02/14/2014 – Wyoming House committee approves guns-in-schools bill

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