(Parkland, FL) -- A panel reviewing the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida says giving teachers guns and bolstering security will stop future mass shootings.
A state commission on the Parkland shooting voted to include a recommendation to arm teachers who undergo training. The state legislature would still have to pass such a measure.
A draft of the group's report also faults the school for security breaches that allowed a gunman to kill 17 people on Valentine's Day. Nikolas Cruz was captured that same day and is facing charges of first-degree murder.