Some of the state’s major education entities can’t come to a consensus about recent gun legislation.
The bills would, among other things, let people who get a special license carry a concealed weapon into schools.
Brian Whiston is the state superintendent. He says the Department of Education is okay with the bills, but says they need to get rid of the requirement that all schools allow concealed carry.
“In some communities it’s kind of natural," he said. "In some communities it’s not. By allowing the local districts to opt in and out is something we would support.”