Bill arming teachers in school approved
OKLAHOMA CITY—A local House committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow teachers to be armed in the classroom.
The Oklahoma House Public Safety Committee approved House Bill 1062 with a vote of 13 to 1.
The bill allows districts to arm teachers and administrators who undergo special training.
The measure now heads to the House Calendar Committee for further review.
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