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Bedford County Supervisor John Sharp would like to see public school teachers have the right to carry concealed firearms to school, if they should so choose. The goal—making the schools safer while not costing the taxpayers any money.
With that in mind the supervisors, last week, approved a request to ask the General Assembly to give school districts the option of allowing staff to carry their concealed firearms at school. The measure passed on a 6-1 vote; Supervisor Annie Pollard cast the only vote against the request.
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