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Bedford County proposal to arm school staff draws fire from school board leaders

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Posted: Friday, November 1, 2013 3:15 am

A suggestion that teachers carry guns to class has members of the Bedford County School Board firing off their disapproval.  

The county’s Board of Supervisors this week signed off on a list of legislative priorities for the General Assembly that includes asking the state to consider a law to give school districts the option of allowing staff to carry concealed firearms on campus.

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