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Opinion - May 24, 2013

After Sandy Hook, what should a community do?

by Greg Coladonato

When news of the terrible tragedy in Sandy Hook, Conn. broke last December, all of our hearts immediately went out to the stricken families who lost their loved ones in that senseless act of violence.

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Greg Coladonato is vice-chair of the Human Relations Commission.


Posted by gcoladon, a resident of Slater
on May 30, 2013 at 10:09 am

gcoladon is a registered user.

Two Sandy-Hook-inspired school-safety bills passed the California State Senate yesterday:

"School Safety Plans"
Web Link

"School Safety: Door Locks"
Web Link

I expect that these new bills will be touched upon in the event tonight.

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