• Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education member Chuck Hughes in a May 9 board meeting voted against a policy which would have allowed high school students to carry mace and pepper spray as well as personal shaving razors. He did speak in favor of allowing students to carry defensive sprays. During the same meeting he voted in favor of a policy which would have allowed staff and visitors to carry mace and pepper spray on school grounds. An article in Thursday’s paper did not list Hughes’s vote against the first policy.
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