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Newtown rejects settlement in Sandy Hook school shooting

Newtown leaders have reportedly rejected a settlement offer from two families of victims of the Sandy Hook School shooting. A gunman opened fire inside the school in December of 2012 and killed 26

News 12 Staff

Jul 18, 2016, 6:23 PM

Updated 2,921 days ago

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Newtown leaders have reportedly rejected a settlement offer from two families of victims of the Sandy Hook School shooting.
A gunman opened fire inside the school in December of 2012 and killed 26 students and educators.
The Hartford Courant reports the town let a deadline pass last week that would have paid the parents of two 6-year-olds $11 million.
The parents claim security at the school was too loose.


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