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A Texas school board votes to authorize guns in schools

As controversy about gun control rages across the United States, one Texas school district has voted to authorize weapons in schools. School board members in Argyle, Texas, voted unanimously for a second time on Wednesday that certain teachers, administrators, and other staff members will be able to carry firearms at schools, Gun Watch reported. The vote, which according to the board president, Kevin Faciane, was mostly procedural, will also allow school board members to carry concealed weapons on school property and to board meetings.

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