Governor Rick Snyder released a plan Monday to improve school safety following the Parkland, Florida shootings.
The plan calls for boosting security at hundreds of schools, and expanding an anti-bullying tip line. A task force would also come up with more ways to improve school safety between now and the end of the year, when Governor Snyder steps down.
Snyder says these are things he believes could result in a consensus in Lansing.
The proposal also includes more active-shooter training for law enforcement, but does not include any plans directly related to guns.