The Ann Arbor, Mich., public school board voted April 15 to formally declare that henceforth, any firearm in any school shall not only be illegal, but shall also constitute an official “emergency” (unless the armed person is a law enforcement officer).
The board of education for one El Paso County, Colo., school district will vote tonight whether to arm teachers and other staff at the school to better protect the district’s students.
Better Safe Than Sorry: Two N.M. Schools Reinforce Security Presence With Additional Police Firepower
Two schools in Los Alamos, N.M., are taking steps to better prepare for the possibility of a school shooting.
Arlington County, Va.’s, first independent gun store in many years opened Saturday ... and somehow the world didn’t end.
“My first response was, ‘this is madness,’” said McCarron. “It seems like an insane response. I feel like the Douglas County response is just upping the ante—more gun, more powerful guns.”