As funerals begin for the nineteen students and two teachers killed at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, President Biden promises action on gun safety. How likely is that to happen and what sort of change could be coming? Also, criticism growing over the response of law enforcement as the situation unfolded last week in Uvalde. Why did training efforts aimed at stopping school shooters fail and where do we go from here? These stories and more today on the Texas Standard:
May it please the court? When in Brownsville beware. A judge in the deferred deportation case orders Washington attorneys back to ethics school. That story today on the Texas Standard.
Two police training academies shut down in south Texas–the allegations: brutality toward cadets. Details on the investigation.
Also the skinny on a school district taking childhood obesity rates rather seriously.
And should Hillary Clinton borrow a tactic from LBJ? How the campaign of 64 could foretell the autum of 2016.
Plus, a new breakout profession—the cuddler.
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