Police Officer Jeff Strack stands near the entrance at Jordan Elementary School in Jordan, Minn., a small town that decided to place satellite police offices in its public schools. Gun rights supporters in Jordan had made a push to arm school personnel after the Connecticut school shooting in December 2012, but those proposals have stalled in many other states.
Police Officer Jeff Strack stands near the entrance at Jordan Elementary School in Jordan, Minn., a small town that decided to place satellite police offices in its public schools. Gun rights supporters in Jordan had made a push to arm school personnel after the Connecticut school shooting in December 2012, but those proposals have stalled in many other states.
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published Monday, April 8th, 2013
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