Charter schools would be allowed to hire armed security guards, under a bill that received unanimous support in the House on March 21.
House Bill 1291 – which is sponsored by Reps. Mike McLachlan, D-Durango and Stephen Humphrey, R-Severance – …
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House Bill 1291 – which is sponsored by Reps. Mike McLachlan, D-Durango and Stephen Humphrey, R-Severance – allows charter school guards to carry concealed weapons on campus, so long as they have a valid permit.
The bill is a re-crafted version of a a Humphrey-sponsored bill that died earlier this year, which would have allowed any school employee with a concealed carry permit to bring a gun on campus.
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