Lawmakers are making another run at requiring the state Board of Education to draw up curriculum guidelines for gun-safety education that would include the National Rifle Association-crafted Eddie Eagle GunSafe program.
The House Federal and State Affairs Committee replaced a bill with new language that would require the board to develop a standardized firearms education program under certain conditions that a local school board could implement if it chooses.
The new bill, which advanced . . .
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