'I Don't Like Mondays': School Shooting and Gun Policy NPR's Mike Pesca re-examines a notorious school shooting 26 years ago, and how the incident still resonates in current gun policy. In 1979, Brenda Spencer opened fire with a rifle at the Grover Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego, Calif., killing two adults and injuring nine children. She later explained her actions with the statement, "I don't like Mondays."
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'I Don't Like Mondays': School Shooting and Gun Policy

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'I Don't Like Mondays': School Shooting and Gun Policy

'I Don't Like Mondays': School Shooting and Gun Policy

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NPR's Mike Pesca re-examines a notorious school shooting 26 years ago, and how the incident still resonates in current gun policy. In 1979, Brenda Spencer opened fire with a rifle at the Grover Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego, Calif., killing two adults and injuring nine children. She later explained her actions with the statement, "I don't like Mondays."