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Posted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 12:00 am

MONTGOMERY - The Alabama Senate has approved a bill to allow current and retired teachers and other Franklin County residents to become part of an armed and police-trained school security force.

Rep. Johnny Mack Morrow’s bill makes it voluntary for teachers to become reserve sheriff’s deputies or reserve police officers and puts the responsibility of training and supervising the “emergency security force” on local law enforcement.

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