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Study Suggests Teachers Do Not Want to Bring Guns to School

Keeping students and teachers safe has become a hot button issue in the US since the Sandy Hook shooting in December.

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Guns Across America Organizes Rally in Jefferson City

Guns Across America, an online community for those interested in gun related news and reviews, has organized Second Amendment rallies across the country that will take place tomorrow (Jan. 19) at 1 p.m.  The Missouri rally will take place at the Veterans Memorial behind the Capitol in Jefferson City.

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Read the Open Letter from Johnson County Sheriff Chuck Heiss to President Obama

The following is an open letter sent to President Barack Obama on the morning of Jan. 17 from Johnson County Sheriff Chuck Heiss in regard to the Obama Administration's recent  gun control proposal.

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Obama And Biden Unveil Proposal To Decrease Gun Violence In U.S.
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President Calls for Assault-Weapon Ban, Stronger Background Checks

Wednesday afternoon, President Obama proposed numerous measures in response to a string of recent mass shootings across the country, including one at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in which 20 children and six adults were murdered by a gunman.

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Norwich, N.Y., Gun Shop Posts Sign Banning Obama Supporters (UPDATED)

Update: We interviewed the store's owner. His comments appear below.

Heading Due North, a gun and sporting-goods store in Norwich, New York, posted two photos to its Facebook page of signs in front of the store criticizing anyone who voted for President Barack Obama or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The store is owned and operated by David Francis, who also signed a letter posted on the storefront window.

The sidewalk sign reads: "IF YOU VOTED FOR OBAMA OR CUOMO U ARE NOT WELCOME HERE."

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School Violence and Our Second Amendment Rights [OPINION]

It’s been a different kind of week leading up to the holiday.  As many of you know, I don’t bite my tongue.  The events that unfolded last week at Sandy Hook make me sick and confused.  Whether you say it or not, you feel for the parents, children and their community.

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Read the Parent Letter Sent by Sedalia School District #200 Regarding Reported Threats of Violence

School officials have issued to the parents of students a letter to regarding the recent reports of threats of violence at Smith-Cotton High School.  The letter states that the high school "received information regarding a possible act of school violence that was to be perpetrated on school grounds," and that the case has been turned over to the Pettis County Juvenile Office for further action.

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Assistant Superintendent Brad Pollitt Addresses Rumors of Violence at Smith-Cotton High School [INTERVIEW]

Brad Pollitt, Assistant Superintendent of the Sedalia School District, addressed the recent rumors of kids possibly committing violent acts at Smith-Cotton High School in an interview this morning.  After a joint investigation with school officials, the student resource officer and the Pettis County Juvenile Office, no credible threats of violence were found.  The rumored acts were said to be surrounding what ancient Mayans claimed to be the end of the world.

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UPDATE: No Evidence Supporting Threat of Violence Found at Smith-Cotton High School

UPDATE (December 12, 11:42 a.m.):  Brad Pollitt, Assistant Superintendent of the Sedalia School District, addressed the recent rumors of kids possibly committing violent acts at Smith-Cotton High School in an interview this morning.  After a joint investigation with school officials, the student resource officer and the Pettis County Juvenile Office, no credible threats of violence were found.  The rumored acts were said to be surrounding what ancient Mayans claimed to be the end of the world.

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‘Walking Dead’ Popularity Prompts Spike in Gun Sales

On the one hand, a lot of people are going to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse in case that ever happens. On the other hand, a lot of people out there are buying guns to protect themselves from zombies. According to a gun rights advocate as well as a gun store owner, people are preparing themselves for the zombie apocalypse with guns and ammo.

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