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Mass shooting raises many policy issues


~~<p>Absolute horror, absolute heartbreak.</p>
<p>In today's age of distractions, fractured focus and busy lives, absolute horror froze us as a nation Friday, as a gunman entered Sandy Hook Elementary School in suburban Newtown, Conn., and killed 26 people, 20 of them children under age 11. Suspected gunman Adam Lanza, 20, reportedly killed several adults in the school office, including the principal, before walking into two classrooms where his mother usually taught and fatally shot the students there. He then killed himself. In a search of the suspect's home soon after, authorities reportedly discovered his mother's body.</p>
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Absolute horror, absolute heartbreak.

In today's age of distractions, fractured focus and busy lives, absolute horror froze us as a nation Friday, as a gunman entered Sandy Hook Elementary School in suburban Newtown, Conn., and killed 26 people, 20 of them children under age 11. Suspected gunman Adam Lanza, 20, reportedly killed several adults in the school office, including the principal, before walking into two classrooms where his mother usually taught and fatally shot the students there. He then killed himself. In a search of the suspect's home soon after, authorities reportedly discovered his mother's body. Login for more...



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