<cutline_leadin>El senador</cutline_leadin> demócrata del estado de Missouri, Scott Sifton habla sobre un proyecto de ley que permitirá a los maestros llevar armas de fuego en las escuelas. <252><252><137>Missouri state Sen. Scott Sifton, D-St. Louis County, speaks on a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in school Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Jefferson City, Mo. Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a law allowing specially trained teachers to carry guns and nullifying local ordinances banning the open-carrying of firearms. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)<252><137>
<cutline_leadin>El senador</cutline_leadin> demócrata del estado de Missouri, Scott Sifton habla sobre un proyecto de ley que permitirá a los maestros llevar armas de fuego en las escuelas. <252><252><137>Missouri state Sen. Scott Sifton, D-St. Louis County, speaks on a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in school Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Jefferson City, Mo. Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a law allowing specially trained teachers to carry guns and nullifying local ordinances banning the open-carrying of firearms. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)<252><137> <cutline_leadin>Jeff Roberson</cutline_leadin> AP
<cutline_leadin>El senador</cutline_leadin> demócrata del estado de Missouri, Scott Sifton habla sobre un proyecto de ley que permitirá a los maestros llevar armas de fuego en las escuelas. <252><252><137>Missouri state Sen. Scott Sifton, D-St. Louis County, speaks on a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in school Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Jefferson City, Mo. Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a law allowing specially trained teachers to carry guns and nullifying local ordinances banning the open-carrying of firearms. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)<252><137> <cutline_leadin>Jeff Roberson</cutline_leadin> AP