School officials cast doubts on NRA's armed guard proposal
The Associated Press
Wayne LaPierre, executive vice-president of the National Rifle Association of America, speaks at a news conference at the Willard Hotel, December 21, 2012 in Washington, DC. The nation's largest gun lobby called Friday for Congress to require armed security guards in every school, saying it would help prevent such acts of mass violence from happening again.
The debate on how to prevent a tragedy like the Newtown Shootings is heating up. Despite drawing criticism this week, the National Rifle Association made it clear it's not backing down from its opposition to ANY new gun laws.