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Most States Do Not Require Day Care Providers to Inform Parents of In-House Guns

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A new study finds that a majority of U.S. states and territories — 47 out of 56 — do not require home- and center-based child care providers to inform parents when guns are stored on the premises.

The researchers found that fewer than 67 percent of states and territories completely prohibit center-based child care providers from having firearms on the premises and only a handful — 7 of 56 — prohibit home-based child care providers from having firearms on site.

The study also found that nearly a fourth of states and territories (13) had no regulations governing firearms in child care centers, and one-sixth (9) had no regulations governing firearms in family child care homes.

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