With School Security Plan, Baltimore Co. Attempts To Close 'Door Of Vulnerability'
It's a million-dollar project implemented to help keep students safe from gun violence in school. Baltimore County unveiled its nearly $4 million initiative to be heard during February's legislative session. <strong>Rochelle Ritchie</strong> has more on the project and why principals are backing the idea.
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