Spring City Councilman Neil Sorensen makes remarks during an interview at the 

Spring City Councilman Neil Sorensen makes remarks during an interview at the City Hall, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, in Spring City, Utah. Officials in a small Utah town are urging citizens and teachers to arm themselves for everyone's safety against any aggressor. One member of the Spring City council wants to make the edict mandatory, but police are urging restraint. Councilman Neil Sorensen says he's drafting a measure that will go before the full council in February. At first, Sorensen wanted to mandate a gun in every household in the town of 1,000. But the Sanpete County sheriff didn't think it was a good idea to force households to own guns, so Sorensen says he's inclined to make it a recommendation, not a law. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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Spring City Councilman Neil Sorensen makes remarks during an interview at the City Hall, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, in Spring City, Utah. Officials in a small Utah town are urging citizens and teachers to arm themselves for everyone's safety against any aggressor. One member of the Spring City council wants to make the edict mandatory, but police are urging restraint. Councilman Neil Sorensen says he's drafting a measure that will go before the full council in February. At first, Sorensen wanted to mandate a gun in every household in the town of 1,000. But the Sanpete County sheriff didn't think it was a good idea to force households to own guns, so Sorensen says he's inclined to make it a recommendation, not a law. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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