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June 1, 2014 4:43 PM

Missouri bill to let concealed weapons into schools raises eyebrows

A bill that would allow specially trained teachers to carry concealed weapons in the classroom is coming under fire from some Missouri teachers. The Missouri measure has passed the legislature and waits Gov. Jay Nixon’s signature, which it may not get.

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