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Attorney General Tom Horne yesterday announced the introduction of school safety legislation that allows a designated school employee to be trained and armed for the purpose of defending a campus.
While state representatives say the bill needs a lot of work, an amended House Bill 2656 still received the required votes to move on to the Arizona Senate.
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry said it’s just “Frank being Frank,” when he was asked about comments made by Sen. Frank Antenori at during a Tea Party event last month.
The Arizona House of Representatives voted to approve the bill that will allow public schools to teach the Bible as an elective last week.
The current flap about House Bill 2656 provides an interesting window into the soul of the Pima County Board of Supervisors and its Administrator.
District 26 Rep. Terri Proud is getting plenty of response after introducing House Bill 2656, which would grant representatives from communities in Pima County veto power for bond projects.
The 2012 session is under way, and the Arizona Legislature is hard at work with meetings, discussions, and as usual, plenty of crazy bills are being introduced.