School board discusses armed personnel
by Bobby Tedder
11:16 AM, Wednesday, July 30
Fulton County Board of Education officials are looking to clarify the implications of recently passed legislation to parents and staffers regarding weapons in and around school campuses. The Georgia General Assembly’s coupling of House Bills 60 an...

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