Rep. David Welch, R-Kingston, pointed out that the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee he chairs voted 15-5 against the bill. “If there is an active shooter incident on a college campus with thousands of students, and 100 of them have firearms, it would be a disaster,” he said. “Law enforcement coming into a place like a school with half a dozen people with guns drawn is not a good scenario.” | Keep Reading…
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