Connecticut governor says guns in classrooms isn't the answer1/9/2013
Connecticut governor Dan Malloy just issued his first state of the state address since the shooting tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, and he took the opportunity to disparage the idea of arming teachers or bringing armed guards into classrooms. Following the shooting, gun-advocacy groups like the NRA said armed police stationed in schools would help ensure safety. "More guns are not the answer," Malloy said. "Freedom is not a handgun on the hip of every teacher, and security should not mean a guard posted outside every classroom." Twenty-six people, including 20 children, were killed when Adam Lanza went on a shooting spree at the Connecticut elementary school in December. [Source]
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