Wyoming schools will stay gun-free zones for at least another year.

The state Senate soundly voted down a bill Wednesday that would have let colleges and school districts decide whether they want concealed-carry permit holder to bring guns onto their campuses.

It also would have allowed permit holders to bring firearms to any government meeting, including hearings at the Capitol, if the governing body first gave the OK.

But the bill was rejected on a 25-3 vote.

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