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January 3, 2013 6:29 AM

Will Texas lawmakers allow guns in elementary schools?

Armed police officers aren't an unusual sight in North Texas secondary schools. The Dallas school district has its own police force, as does at least one Tarrant County district, Mansfield. But even in Texas, where guns are practically a birthright, plenty of people struggle with the thought of armed security officers walking past walls covered in finger-painted artwork and among laughing wee ones squirming in crooked hallway lines.

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