The Marin County Board of Education passed a gun control resolution this month and local districts have followed suit, sending letters to federal and state elected officials urging the immediate passage of stricter gun laws. The resolution cites the nearly 300 school shootings in the United States since 2013 and calls on lawmakers to institute comprehensive background checks and . . .

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