After allowing employees to concealed carry, the city wants to drop $270K into further security 

Under the gun

So, do guns make you safer in the workplace, or not? The city can't decide. First, it barred its employees from carrying concealed weapons to work. Then, with Mayor Steve Bach's endorsement earlier this year, City Council reversed the policy. Now, Bach…

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