Rutherford County: Should Some Educators be Armed - Hear What State Rep. Joe Carr Says

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As a result of the tragedy at a school in Newtown, Connecticut, laws may soon change in Tennessee. State Representative Joe Carr told WGNS on Wednesday that he is meeting with school officials in Rutherford County to discuss the idea of persons, in addition to law enforcement,  going armed in our schools.  

When Sheriff Robert Arnold was asked if armed officers and trained teachers would have made a difference in Connecticut's fatality list, he said definitely.


What are your thoughts of having certain administrators or educators going armed in our local schools? Post your comments on this story.

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