NRA to roll out guns-in-schools proposals

The gun lobby will give Congress a report on how to prevent future gun violence in schools

Published April 1, 2013 4:50PM (EDT)

On Tuesday, the NRA will reportedly roll out proposals for how to prevent gun violence, including placing armed guards in schools.

CNN reports:

The NRA is expected to give Congress legislative proposals in the Tuesday report.

Law enforcement officials will find training recommendations to prepare the armed guards who the organization believes should be available to schools.

State and local officials will find guidelines on how to alter their ordinances to permit the armed guards.

The report will include both proposed legislation and resources for how to prevent future gun violence, according to CNN.

By Jillian Rayfield

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