Handguns like those pictured in the foreground might be among concealed weapons “school protection officers” could carry into classrooms in Missouri if the legislature next week overrides Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto on a gun bill. An accidental shooting by an instructor on the Idaho State University campus Tuesday should serve as an object lesson for Missouri lawmakers.
Handguns like those pictured in the foreground might be among concealed weapons “school protection officers” could carry into classrooms in Missouri if the legislature next week overrides Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto on a gun bill. An accidental shooting by an instructor on the Idaho State University campus Tuesday should serve as an object lesson for Missouri lawmakers. File photo The Associated Press
Handguns like those pictured in the foreground might be among concealed weapons “school protection officers” could carry into classrooms in Missouri if the legislature next week overrides Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto on a gun bill. An accidental shooting by an instructor on the Idaho State University campus Tuesday should serve as an object lesson for Missouri lawmakers. File photo The Associated Press

Missouri lawmakers should pay attention to accidental shooting on Idaho campus ahead of veto session next week

September 03, 2014 02:19 PM

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