N.J. politician: Teachers are 'morally obligated' to carry guns in school
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A Raritan Township committee member says guns are not the problem.

A municipal elected official in Hunterdon County is drawing criticism from the state's largest teachers union after asserting that only educators authorized to carry weapons should be allowed in N.J. schools.

Raritan Township Committee member Louis Carl Reiner argued that state lawmakers should approve legislation "making concealed carrying of a firearm mandatory as a condition of employment," in a...


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