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Newtown 'never going to be the same'
Nearly two years after 26 students and educators were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary, the quiet Connecticut suburb of about 27,000 people has been changed. This report is part of a project on gun rights and regulations in America produced by the Carnegie-Knight News21 program.
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