A proposal to arm school employees in a North Idaho resort community brought about 300 residents before the school board Tuesday night.
About three dozen parents, teachers, students and others weighed in on the board chairman’s idea to beef up school security by giving certain staff members access to guns. A little over half said they were in favor of that, or at least serious study of the idea.
“Gun-free zones are a target for criminals. It’s a red flag … that there will be no return fire,” Maureen Paterson told the Lake Pend Oreille School Board.
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by Personal Defense World / Oct 10, 2013