Jimmy Greene holds a picture of his daughter, Ana, as he kisses his wife Nelba Márquez-Greene, at a January news conference in Newtown, Conn. They try to remember the good days with their daughter. "It is what brings me great comfort and great joy," Márquez-Greene says. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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A Grieving Newtown Mother's Motto: 'Love Wins'
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A crime scene photo provided by the Connecticut State Police shows a rifle in the master bedroom in Adam Lanza's house. Handout/Getty Images hide caption

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One Year After Newtown, Still No Answer To 'Why'
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Avielle's artwork hangs on the walls and windows of Jeremy Richman and Jennifer Hensel's home. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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Newtown Parents Seek A Clearer Window Into Violent Behavior
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In The Year After Newtown Shooting, Most States Relaxed Gun Laws
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Erica Lafferty (right), daughter of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Dawn Hochsprung, consoles Carlee Soto, sister of victim Victoria Soto, after representatives of 14 families addressed the media on Monday in Newtown, Conn. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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Connecticut State Police walk near the scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14, 2012, in Newtown. Douglas Healey/Getty Images hide caption

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In June, people gathered in Newtown, Conn., to remember the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Newtown Residents Demolish A School, And Violent Memories
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Voters in Newtown, Conn., have approved a plan to use nearly $50 million in state funds to demolish Sandy Hook Elementary and build a new school in its place. This photo provided by Craig Hoekenga shows his son Trey, a kindergarten student at Sandy Hook, on the school bus this year. The window has a quote from the late principal, Dawn Hochsprung, who was killed in last December's mass shooting. Craig Hoekenga/AP hide caption

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Conn. Law May Discourage Mental Illness Sufferers From Help
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Six Months After Shooting, Newtown Paper Tries To Move Forward
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Sandy Hook Parent Transformed Into Activist After Shooting
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Family members of those killed in the Newtown, Conn., school shooting stand together as President Obama speaks at the White House on Wednesday, after gun control measures were defeated in the Senate. In the foreground are Mark and Jackie Barden with their children Natalie and James, who lost Daniel. Behind them are Nicole Hockley, mother of Dylan, and Jeremy Richman, father of Avielle. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Newtown, Conn., Businesses Suffer After Nearby School Shooting
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A Bushmaster rifle, similar to the type used by Adam Lanza during the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and some ammunition magazines. The sale and possession of this type of weapon, and high-capacity magazines, will be severely restricted in Connecticut under new legislation. Michelle McLoughlin /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Dec. 18, 2012: Crime scene tape stretches across the property outside the home where Adam Lanza lived with his mother, Nancy Lanza. Inside, police found weapons and other evidence. Lucas Jackson /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Some of the many cards, letters and artwork sent to Newtown from all over the world was on display at the Newtown Municipal Center on Jan. 30. The items were recently moved to temporary storage. Courtesy of Ross MacDonald hide caption

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What Will Happen To All The Letters People Sent to Newtown?
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Early Thursday morning, a school bus carrying students from Sandy Hook Elementary headed to their new school. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After the attack: Balloons hung from the Sandy Hook Elementary School sign on Dec. 15. On Dec. 14, six adults and 20 children were killed there before the gunman took his own life. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Mourners put decorations on a Christmas tree, part of a memorial in Newtown, Conn. Holiday greetings, toys and cards have flowed into the town, and some residents say the community feels closer-knit since the shooting. Zhang Chuanshi /Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Pulling Together, Newtown Celebrates Holiday 'As Best We Can'
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