Mass Shootings In The United States

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Every year in the United States, we are saddened by the news of more mass shootings. Whether it takes place in a school or public area, these shootings are both disastrous and mortifying. In 1990, congress passed and the president signed the gun-free school Zone Act (“National Crime Prevention Council” 1). This law was developed to keep students and staff safe from guns and other weapons. In a survey done by the National school safety center in 2001, more than 60 percent of high school boys and 15 percent of middle school boys said they could get a gun if they wanted to (“Texas Crime Prevention”1). Also thirty percent of the kids reported being bullied (Texas Crime Pevention”1). However if school students know where guns is available, we run

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