Parents, educators balk at NRA security push
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Some Hudson Valley parents and officials rejected Sunday the National Rifle Association's call for placing armed guards at schools in reaction to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Wayne LaPierre, the NRA's chief executive, answered questions about his organization's opposition to stiffer gun control measures and his call to place armed guards in the schools while making the rounds...