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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
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(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) A sample of the reaction of politicians to the deadly school shooting rampage in Parkland, Florida, introduced. [MAN, Senator Ted CRUZ, Representative Trey GOWDY, Attorney General Jeff SESSIONS, Senator Marco RUBIO†, MAN - offer views on caution about gun control.] Many tweets from Rubio about various school & other mass shootings quoted. The refusal of key political figures to talk about this noted.

(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) The views of three Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school students introduced. [Isabelle ROBINSON, Emma GONZALEZ, Alexis MICHAEL - talk about making things happen to assure we are safe, the video of the classrooms, listening to us & not the NRA, the need to come together.]

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