Children less likely to kill themselves if they can't access a weapon

Published: October 7, 2012
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Regarding “School tragedy calls for reasoned, smart strategies” (Our Views, Oct. 2): In all that I've read, I've seen nothing about where the boy got the gun. All the other subjects are moot unless the availability of weapons is addressed. If children can't access weapons, they aren't likely to kill themselves. This should be our No. 1 priority.

George Prollock, Del City


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