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Wyoming House passes bill that does away with gun-free zones in schools

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WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 05: Brother and sister, Abraham Infield-Shah, (R), 4, and Ava Infield-Shaw, 7, carry anti-gun posters they made before marching with their dad to Capitol Hill, July 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. The group "D.C. Moms and Dads for Rational Gun Safety Legislation" held a rally then marched the US Capitol to urge members of Congress to come up with meaningful national legislation to prevent gun violence. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

On Wednesday, the Wyoming House of Representatives passed House Bill 194 in a landslide vote of 46-14.

The nature of the bill, known as “The School Safety and Security Act,” is such that it would allow school districts decide whether or not they would allow their employees to carry on school grounds, provided they have a concealed carry permit.

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