State Representative Seth Grove says he will be co-sponsoring a bill giving state funding to school districts who want to have metal detectors.

“Within our budget now, we’re actually looking at a surplus based on the amount of revenue coming in,” Grove said. That’s why Grove believes the state paying to put metal detectors in schools wouldn’t cost taxpayers additional money.

The primary sponsor of the bill is Rep. Jason Ortitay of Allegheny and Washington Counties. Grove is working with him to… Read the full story here: