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After The Vegas Shooting: What To Do Now And How To Talk To Children About Firearms
October 03, 2017
In the wake of the recent Las Vegas shooting, I went on the Seattle NBC affiliate, KING5 News, to discuss how to talk to your children about guns and violence. Frankly, it’s not the first time I’ve covered this topic and as horrifying as it is, it probably won’t be last. I’m upset and sad […]
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