In Cheyene, Wyoming the state Senate Education Committee approved a bill that would allow educators to carry firearms in schools.
Senate File 109 would allow school districts to decide whether they want teachers to be armed. If they do, the districts would create rules and training policies.
SF109 is similar to House Bill 111, which would also allow school districts to decide whether they want guns in schools, except HB111 allows all school employees, including volunteers, to carry. SF109 now heads to the Senate floor for debate. SF109 sponsor Sen. Paul Barnard, R-Evanston, doesn’t think larger school districts will let teachers arm themselves.
“I still believe that schools are special places,” stated Barnard. “If you are to have guns in schools, firearms, it needs to be done right.”
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