In a recent poll, 70 percent of Clinton and Macomb Township Patch readers said Gov. Rick Snyder should sign legislation allowing concealed weapons in Michigan schools, daycares, arenas and other "no-gun zones."
Monday, December 17, 2012
Friday, December 14, 2012
L'Anse Creuse Public Schools Superintendent Jackie Johnston addressed the district's own "rigorous safety procedures" in a letter to parents Friday.
School districts across the country, including L'Anse Creuse Public Schools, are reviewing their security policies this week in the wake of the tragic shooting at a Newtown, CT, elementary school Friday. “There are no words to express the heartbreak coming from the tragic shooting today at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut," wrote LCPS Superintendent Jackie Johnston wrote on the district's Facebook page. "Though it is far away from our neighborhoods there is no doubt each one of us is filled with despair while the nation morns this dreadful incident." In a letter to parents Friday, Johnston reiterated these thoughts and assured parents that the district's own security procedures will continue to be practiced and refined for the…
On Friday, a gunman killed at least 27 at a school in Newtown, CT. Meanwhile in Michigan, Gov. Snyder has a bill on his desk that would allow some concealed guns in schools. What do you think?
Should Michigan's Gov. Rick Snyder sign a bill on his desk that would allow concealed weapons in former no-gun zones, like schools? The question is timely for two reasons: What do you think of the legislation? Should the governor sign it? Answer our poll and tell us in comments.