CT Delegation Offers And Passes Resolution On Newtown Shootings

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Connecticut\’s seven-member Congressional delegation offered and passed a resolution in both the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate on the Newtown shootings.

The text of the resolution is below:
112th CONGRESS
2D SESSION

S. Res.621/H.Res.833
Condemning the horrific attacks in Newtown, Connecticut, and expressing support  and  prayers for all those impacted by that tragedy.

RESOLUTION

Condemning the horrific attacks in Newtown, Connecticut, and expressing support   and prayers for all those impacted by that  tragedy.

Whereas, on December 14, 2012, a mass shooting took place at  Sandy  Hook Elementary  School in  Newtown, Connecticut;

Whereas the people of the United States mourn the 26 innocent lives, including those of 20 children, that  have been lost at  Sandy Hook Elementary School in this  unimaginable tragedy;

Whereas the  people of the United States  will always remember the victims of the  previous mass shootings that  have occurred in  the United States and stand in  solidarity with the survivors; and

Whereas  the  quick  action  of  law  enforcement  officials  and other  first  responders  prevented additional losses of life:

Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the Senate–

(1)   condemns the  senseless  attack   at   Sandy Hook  Elementary  School in  Newtown, Connecticut,  on Friday, December 14, 2012;

(2)  offers  condolences  to  all  of  the  students, teachers, administrators,  and faculty of Sandy Hook Elementary School, as well  as  their  families, and recognizes that  the  healing process will be long and difficult for the entire Newtown community;

(3)  honors the selfless, dedicated service of–

(A)   the teachers, school administrators, school support  staff, medical professionals, and others in the greater Newtown community;

(B)  the emergency response teams and law enforcement  officials  who responded  to  the  attack; and

(C)  the law enforcement officials who continue to investigate the attack; and

(4)  remains committed to working together to help prevent tragedies like this from  ever happening again.

 

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3 thoughts on “CT Delegation Offers And Passes Resolution On Newtown Shootings

  1. Christopher Schaefer

    “If you DON’T want to propagate more mass murders…Don’t start the story with sirens blaring. Don’t have photographs of the killer. Don’t make this 24/7 coverage. Do everything you can NOT to make the body count the lead story and NOT to make the killer some kind of anti-hero. DO localize this story to the affected community—and as boring as possible in every other market. “ And don’t invite politicians to the memorial services, don’t ask politicians to comment, and don’t provide coverage to politicians’ related “resolutions”. http://youtu.be/PezlFNTGWv4

    1. Chris

      I condemn the legislators who are currently scratching their heads to think about how they can pass even more legislation…..and how they will be able to blame the gun…not the shooter for this horrific crime. I condemn the media for continuing to not challenge the left on their factless nonsense. Theres no debate (except in the minds of the left) – the children were murdered by a mad man….not a gun (because the guy who did the very same thing in China used a knife) – they always find a way….but rather than report the news – you guys print it like this new novel approach to solving violence and insane acts – why not bring up the fact that if this guy lived….the left got rid of the death penalty – against Dr Petits objections…this state is HORRIBLE

    2. Chris

      Agreed – and watch as our worthless legislators scramble to pass more laws in an effort to protect us (I wonder how they can protect us against a guy who drives his car into a large crowd of people – you outlaw trucks of course….who needs a huge 4×4 anyway??)

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