Bill to arm teachers revived in state house

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s not dead yet. The plan to train teachers in public schools to carry firearms has been resurrected by house lawmakers.

Rep. Mark McCullough (R-Sapulpa) attached the proposal as an amendment to a separate bill.

McCullough wants teachers and other school employees to bring weapons into schools if they receive specialized training.

An earlier bill on the topic died in committee.

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