COLUMBUS, Ohio – A heated debate over guns in schools is getting even louder. The Ohio House passed legislation that would allow some school employees to carry a concealed weapon.
People want their children protected, but as one parent tells 10TV, it is her worst nightmare to have to worry about whether her child is going to come home safe at night.
The question at the center of the debate at the statehouse is whether guns at school would help.
10TV spoke with Grove City resident, Teri Mullins, who has a permit to carry a concealed handgun. She is also a mother of two and a long-time teacher for Columbus City Schools.