One Virginia School District Sues State to Arm School Employees

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Lee County isn't arguing that school employees who register as special conservators of the peace be allowed to carry firearms on school property," he says. Instead, it's arguing that the program the school board crafted over the period of two years and unanimously passed last summer, which it calls the School Security Agent Program, qualifies under Virginia law as an exception to the prohibition of firearms on school property because it's sponsored by the school – a quasi loophole in the state code.