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Idaho police want access to rifles in schools

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Associated Press

COUEUR D'ALENE, Idaho — Coeur d'Alene police have asked school officials to allow officers to bring their patrol rifles into city schools so that officers will be more capable of protecting students.

Capt. Ron Clark, supervisor of the school resource officers, said they need more firepower because school shootings typically involve heavily armed attackers.

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