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Shomari Stone 20 May 18
The Victims of the Santa Fe High School Massacre.
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Greg Abbott 30 May 18
Here is my school and firearm safety plan to make our schools and communities safer. Please consult this when you have questions or uncertainties about the plan. This is the beginning not the end of this discussion.
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Allen West 19 May 18
However, the first thing we must engage with, in order to end these school shootings, is to confront the issue of mental illness in our young people.
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Bishop Talbert Swan 3 Jul 18
WH ordered flags at half mast after & , why not for ? The same reason he didn’t order them at half mast when Blacks were killed in the ... ...to Trump, journalists are the new n*ggers.
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Mickey White 20 May 18
We must talk to our kids about rejection, conflict resolution and give them some coping skills.
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Rhonda Hart 🤟🏼 31 May 18
When I said that maybe mentally ill people needed healthcare to get the help they needed, the dude on the left looked at me like I had three heads.
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Steve Marmel 20 May 18
Greg Abbott doesn't care about your kids. He has a 100% rating from the NRA and got $75,000 for it. As of today, even after the , he's touting a gun giveaway on his website.
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Bobby Blanchard 11 Jun 18
Texas lawmaker: "No one wants to talk about metal detectors but that's the only way to keep guns out of the schools."
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Matthew Chapman 20 May 18
First blames doors. Then he blames abortion. Then he blames divorce. Then he blames movies and video games. Basically everything EXCEPT the actual murder weapons used.
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warroom 20 May 18
We had guns before we had school shootings. What changed? Decline of religion, moral relativism, situation ethics, DAY CARE UPBRINGING, social media bullies, demonizing boys, great society and no dad, Ritalin. Add your own. Until we fix that Harden Schools.
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#NoRA 20 May 18
It's . On the day of the , at least 51 people were shot and killed in America. 110 were wounded. On average, 58 people will have shot and killed themselves. 109 deaths. 110 wounded. And our government does nothing because the bought it.
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tara strong 12 Aug 18
Can we all give a follow today for her baby’s birthday? Many people don’t even know about the . Give her a follow & use the hashtag 💔💔
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Texas Tribune 22 May 18
Gov. Greg Abbott hosted his first of three roundtable discussions on gun violence at the Capitol Tuesday. It was a closed door meeting.
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Mayra Moreno ABC13 6 Jun 18
Just interviewed one of the survivors of the Sarah Salazar left the hospital today. Her family was welcoming to the media eager to tell their story & say THANK YOU to all who prayed! Sarah was hiding in a closet but was still shot 3 times.
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Mayor Eric Johnson 21 May 18
I have released a joint statement re: the with the other Texas legislative candidates who have been awarded the distinction by . These tragedies can and must be stopped.
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Dallas Morning News 21 May 18
1/ The in Texas where 10 people were killed was the the nation’s deadliest in three months. The victims were brothers, sisters, mothers and friends. This is what we know about them.
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natalie 22 May 18
this is my statement about the recent
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Texas Tribune 21 May 18
Santa Fe High School had a shooting plan, armed officers and practice. Ten people still died.
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Steven ABC13 May 18
Hard to believe it’s already been a year. I’ll never forget what it is was like in Santa Fe on the day of the shooting. and I’ll never forget these victims and their families
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Dayna Steele 21 May 18
Curious how the survivors feel about the ? They're telling you. Time to do more than listen. Time to start acting. Yes, it's complicated. Yes, it's more than one problem. But if we don't start somewhere, we get nowhere
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