A toned-down bill given tentative approval by the Arizona House of Representatives would require that Arizona's younger students be reminded at least once a year to leave guns alone.

The bill (HB 2225), which originally would have required firearms safety training in all schools, was amended Feb. 15 to keep safety programs as electives for grades 7 through 12.

Elementary schools would have to provide safety training such as the National Rifle...

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