How NC’s elected officials are responding to mass shootings in Dayton, El Paso

What can you say after two mass shootings in less than 24 hours?

The weekend’s first mass shooting was in El Paso, Texas at a Walmart shopping center that left 20 dead and dozens more wounded. Hours later, another gunman in Dayton, Ohio fatally shot his sister and eight others.  Another 27 people were injured in that ordeal.

As investigators search for answers in both shootings, here’s how North Carolina’s leaders are responding:

One Comment

  1. Lois C Roewade

    August 6, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    As usual, the equivalent of thoughts and prayers from the Republicans and calls for action from the Democrats.

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