Ga. Schools Resist Arming Teachers Despite New Law – ABC News

The ones who were brave enough to protest the abuses were met with beatings and imprisonment. Similarly, laborers of the Guggenheim Museum were forced to pay for their contracts, live in substandard housing, and had their passports taken so they couldnt leave the work site. Last year, 40 of them were hospitalized after their employers cracked down on a strike.
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School Superintendent Mark Henson said officials haven’t had any conversations about arming teachers, but will ultimately listen to what the community wants. “This is one we will wring our hands over,” Henson said. Georgia isn’t the first state to respond to school violence by allowing staff to carry guns.
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Daughter-in-law pleads not guilty in woman’s death

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