(CASPER STAR TRIBUNE) CHEYENNE – A bill that would allow firearms in elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities and sporting events on government-owned property passed the first vote in the Wyoming House Wednesday.

But that doesn’t mean the bill will become law without changes.

Retired school principal Rep. Jerry Paxton, R-Encampment, said the bill needs to be altered to allow school administrators to have input on who is carrying in their building.

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