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Florida / School Shooting / Town Hall / Runcie, Thompson Speeches / School Video #1121152

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 21, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Speeches by Broward County school supt. Robert Runcie & principal Ty thompson at the town hall at which school shooting survivors & lawmakers will speak introduced; scenes shown from the stage in Sunrise, Florida. [RUNCIE - speaks about the Parkland students, what happened at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the teachers, grief counseling & support for the families & the injured, school security, real action, the Broward County debate program, principal Thompson, the issue of arming teachers.] Stoneman Douglas video shown starting at 7:33 till 7:37. [At 7:37, THOMPSON - speaks about the school community.]
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