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Guns-at-school bill dies quickly; trade groups push for Kenosha casino; more state news

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MADISON -- It appears that Wisconsinites will not have police, teachers, or anyone else carrying guns at school.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos' office said Wednesday that the lower house would not vote on a bill to let retired, off-duty, and out-of-state police officers carry concealed weapons in Wisconsin public school grounds.

Vos spokeswoman Kit Beyer did not say why the Assembly won't vote on it.

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