Lift your arms to the side and spread your legs
While the Hernando School Board has only talked about adding security measures to its meetings, the Marion school district is taking no chances in the wake of a December fatal shooting at a Bay County board meeting.
Marion superintendent Jim Yancey announced Thursday that anyone who wants to attend that district's public board meetings must first be checked with a handheld metal detector, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
Opinions we've heard on such moves have run the gamut, from support for adding safety measures to disdain for creating a police state. What's your view?