NRA calls for armed guards in schools to prevent gun violence — WASHINGTON - In the week after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, as President Obama and Democratic lawmakers issued urgent calls for new restrictions on guns, America's largest and most powerful gun lobby lay low. But its silence did not mean the National Rifle Assn. had grown conciliatory.
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Our piece on the NRA's proposal for armed guards in schools - and how it reflects its increasingly polarized role: