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December 19, 2012 12:00 AM

Words are not enough

Another deadly shooting rampage has stunned our nation, this time in the quiet suburbs of Connecticut. Twenty-seven families have lost loved ones. Parents are preparing to bury their children. And hundreds of elementary school students in Newtown have suddenly been robbed of their innocence after hearing their classmates shot and killed over the PA system. How much worse do things need to get for our country’s leaders to begin addressing the gun violence that plagues us so?

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