What changed after Newtown?

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As we all know the Sandy Hook shooting 1st anniversary is drawing to a close, as people at Newtown come to terms with this horrific event. But what has changed, the promises that been made. People had died, children as young as 6 years old with lives a head of them. Is there any changed at all?

     There have been a lot of talks after Newtown America came together, from Guns to mental health amendments. But as the weeks and months and America move on these issues there hadn’t been any federal amendments on guns like what ware promises on the days and weeks. The President, Senate and House had promised that this will never happen again. [In America their the president can only do so much trough his executive power. it’s up to the Senate and House to do their job and to supreme court to review this issue] it usually work for them but in this case it don’t, because of the makeup of the congress, there is a democrat president, a republican house and a slightly democratic senate, so a democratic senator in a red state [who is seeking for re-election may feel like they will not win, if they voted for example: the banning of automatic weapons, I might not win they are pro-gun here.] so they will vote the morally wrong way.

    The bottom-line is 26 people died including twenty young boys and girls, who will not grow up to be our future Teachers, Doctors and Leaders. Parents shouldn’t burry their young children, this shouldn’t happen again to America or elsewhere.

   Rest in Peace, to the young twenty children  who died that faithful day:  Charlotte, Daniel, Olivia, Josephine, Catherine, Dylan, Madeleine, Cathleen, Chaise, Jessie, Ana, James, Grace, Emily, Jack, Noah, Caroline, Jessica, Avielle, Benjamin, Alison and to the six educators: who died Rachel D’Avino, Dawn Hochsprung, Anne Marie Murphy, Lauren Rousseau, Mary Sherlach and Victoria Soto. 

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