The North Carolina House approved a measure to let people who have conceal-carry permits to be armed while on school grounds IF that school is being used for religious purposes AND there are no school activities being held on the site at the time of the religious services. Five Democrats in the House joined all Republicans in supporting the bill. After going back to the state Senate for concurrence, the measure will go to Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper, who vetoed similar legislation a year ago.
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