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CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2012
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(Newtown, Connecticut: Anderson Cooper) The reopening of a closed school in Mornoe for the students of Sandy Hook elementary after the school shooting last Friday noted. [Connecticut Governor Dannel MALLOY†- comments on the reluctance to tell parents.]

(Newtown, Connecticut: Anderson Cooper, Kate Bolduan) The alternative school for the kids from Sandy Hook that has been closed, when classes might start and what the kids need to go to get back into school days routines discussed.

(Newtown, Connecticut: Anderson Cooper) How relatives of other shooting victims deal with things noted. [In interview, mother of daughter killed in Tucson shooting, Roxanna GREEN†- offers advice on "a pain that never goes away"; outlines how she has kept busy with a book and community work.] [In interview, father killed in Wisconsin temple shooting, Amardeep KALEKA†- recounts his family's response; calls for a national dialogue about guns and finding people nearing sociopathy.]

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