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A bill was recently approved by the North Dakota House of Representatives that would allow armed personnel in schools.
The legislation would allow school officials to decide whether they want guns in their schools, and the decision could be made in closed session.
Valley City Public School Superintendent Dean Koppelman supports the right of school districts to decide if they want armed staff in the hallways, but personally he would not support having armed staff in his school.
For more on guns in schools, read Monday's Times-Record.