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'Say Something' tip line in schools flags gun violence threats, study finds

A new study in Pediatrics shows that an anonymous tip line for students is catching some gun threats before they can escalate. It is part of an effort to treat gun violence as a public health problem.

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The Takács Quartet — left to right: Edward Dusinberre, Harumi Rhodes, Richard O'Neill and András Fejér — collaborated with composer Nokuthula Ngwenyama (center) to premiere her composition Flow. Cal Performances hide caption

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'Say Something' tip line in schools flags gun violence threats, study finds

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