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School lockdown practices gets N.D. endorsement

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- North Dakota lawmakers are supporting mandatory lockdown drills in both public and private schools.

Lockdowns are used if there's a school intruder or a potentially dangerous situation. Students are locked in their classrooms, the lights are turned off and they're told to be quiet so they won't attract attention.

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