Don't arm Maryland teachers, Hogan says
Governor wants to boost safety in other ways, backs gun-control bills
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said Wednesday that he opposes President Trump's proposal to arm teachers and instead wants to bolster school safety by adding more metal detectors, panic buttons, security cameras, and secure doors and windows in schools across the state.
Hogan said he would pay for the security enhancements by using $125 million from the state's share of casino money that he wants to be spent on scho...