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Colorado school officials consider razing site of Columbine massacre

Reuters Friday, 7 June 2019
Public education officials in Colorado are considering a plan to tear down and rebuild Columbine High School, saying the site remains a "source of inspiration" for potential gun violence 20 years after a mass shooting there left 15 people dead.
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According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, public education officials in Colorado were considering a plan to tear down and rebuild Columbine High School, claiming the site remains a 'source of inspiration' for potential gun violence 20 years after a mass shooting that left 15 people dead.

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