NEWTOWN, Conn. (CBSNewYork) – Two years after the massacre at Sandy Hook, a panel appointed by Gov. Dannel Malloy will soon release its suggestions for change in the wake of the school tragedy.
It was the Office of the Child Advocate in Connecticut which first reported the absence of coordinated mental health services for children. This was the case, the report found, in the growing up of Adam Lanza, the shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary.READ MORE: Annual Juneteenth Festival In Bedford-Stuyvesant Takes On New Meaning In 2021
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