new york times article - a must read

Even Before the Tears Stopped, She Took Action As have other parents whose children were shot down

Lori Alhadeff has become a fighter since her daughter, Alyssa, was killed in Parkland, Fla., last year.Credit...Damon Winter/The New York Times 


Read this compelling New York Time article.

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Here is the Law: NJ- A764

 

  • NJ - A764
  • "Alyssa's Law"; requires public school buildings to be equipped with panic alarm linked to local law enforcement.**
  •  “Alyssa's Law” requires public schools in New Jersey to install panic buttons in every building to silently alert law enforcement to emergencies or life-threatening situations on campus. ... “Our goal is to get Alyssa's Law passed in every state,” Lori Alhadeff said.Feb 6, 2019
  • 'Alyssa's Law,' named for Parkland victim, requires silent ...


DOJ awards more than 85m in school SAFETY GRANTS

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DOJ awards more than $85.3M in grants to address school violence

These grants include funding to educate and train students and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent event.


AUSTIN, Texas — The Department of Justice announced that it has awarded more than $85.3 million in grants to improve school security.

These grants include funding to educate and train students and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent event.

More than $5 million of the grants went to preventing violence in schools in Texas. Texas Recipients of the grant include San Antionio ISD, El Paso ISD, Waco ISD, Austin ISD, Del Valle ISD, Seguin ISD, Karnes City ISD, Texas State University and the Texas Department of Public safety.

Texas Senator John Cornyn leading efforts to prevent mass shootings
Texas Senator John Cornyn leading efforts to prevent mass shootings

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Dr. Michael LaSusa, Supt. of Schools Chatham New Jersey

Alysassa Law NJ