Local parents react to NRA offer to arm guards in all schools
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Local parents are reacting to the National Rifle Association's offer to put armed guards in all of our nation's schools in the wake of the massacre in Newton, Connecticut.
Many point out that the Clark County School District does have security measures in place, including school police, and tell Action News, they feel that mental health care is the issue that needs to be addressed; not gun control.
Rob Cox says, "The guns don't make the crazy people, you know? Mental health care here is not the best. I would say we need to start there and not look so much at the gun control."
Danny Luna says, "It all starts at home. How you raise your kids, and the discipline you give your kids."
The Clark County School District has not announced any major changes in security in the wake of the Connecticut shootings.