Bill Introduced to Have Veterans, Ex-Police Guard Schools

In the wake of this weekend’s March for Our Lives, lawmakers are looking forward to gun law reform.

The March for Our Lives rally in Washington was a show of force and an outcry for those affected by gun violence. Protestors demand action saying enough is enough.

Congressman Tom Marino (R-PA 10th District) introduced new legislation that would require money authorized by the ‘cops in schools’ program be used to hire military veterans and retired police officers to be armed guards in schools.

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