Stalled after Sandy Hook

Sunday marks the two-year date of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in Newton, Conn.

Since then, the school safety industry has grown dramatically. Many types of barricades, bullet-proof defenses and locks are now available.

After each subsequent shooting, school safety fears temporarily spark suggestions of how to prevent future shootings.

But why does the national conversation about real solutions stall until the next tragedy makes headlines?

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