Ind. could require armed personnel at schools

Lawmakers in Indiana have given initial approval to legislation that would require every school to have an armed protection officer -- potentially a trained principal or teacher. The measure was approved by a House committee, but it is unclear whether the bill has the support of Gov. Mike Pence. Teresa Meredith, vice president of the Indiana State Teachers Association, said the bill fails to address issues of mental health and bullying.

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