Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting One year after the shooting claimed 17 lives in Parkland, Fla., many are still angry with Broward County Schools superintendent. Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior Patrick Petty lost his sister in the attack, but he said his belief in the Second Amendment is stronger than ever.
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Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

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Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

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One year after the shooting claimed 17 lives in Parkland, Fla., many are still angry with Broward County Schools superintendent. Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior Patrick Petty lost his sister in the attack, but he said his belief in the Second Amendment is stronger than ever.