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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 2013
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(Pretoria: Brian Williams) Vice President Joe Biden reported joining families of the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting victims in pleading for more help in bringing attention to a link between violence and mental illness.

(New York: Kate Snow) A conversation with parents of young Newtown victims about expanding mental health programs presented; photos shown of family members meeting with Biden; map shown of states that increased mental health budgets; details given about the report findings about shooter Adam Lanza’s mental health issues. [Victims’ parents Jeremy RICHMAN†, Nicole HOCKLEY†, Scarlett LEWIS††- comment.] The number of school shootings since Newtown cited.

Williams, Brian;
Snow, Kate

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