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Gov. orders Conn. flags to half staff in remembrance of 12/14

Governor Ned Lamont has directed flags to be lowered to half-staff today in remembrance of those killed nine years ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School.  Lamont says the tragedy that occurred that day nine years ago is one of the worst in Connecticut history, but in its aftermath, Lamont says there's been an outpouring of love, humanity, and kindness from over the entire world, spreading a message of hope. 

Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz called for a day of comfort and peace.  She asked that residents continue the legacy of those lives lost, through acts of kindness and generosity.

Newtown students are learning remotely today, the 9th anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook School, in part because of hoax threats that have been made at schools across the state. 

Southbury State Senator Eric Berthel, ranking member of the legislature’s Education Committee, is calling on the Department of Education to use law enforcement professionals, in particular School Resource Officers, wherever possible to curb the recent spate of violent threats.  He says these incidents disrupt the learning process and prohibit students from receiving a proper education.  State agencies are working with the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to curb this marked uptick of violence in schools.

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