Op-Ed in The Hill: To safeguard our students, more resources must go to enhance school security
Washington, D.C. -- When I first ran for Congress, I promised the voters of my district that I would “attack problems, not people.” Throughout my career, I have worked hard to offer solutions when challenges arise.
Now, it’s time for a solution to school violence. Our country has endured many school shootings: Columbine in Colorado; Sandy Hook in Connecticut; Stoneman Douglas in Florida. Like millions of Americans, I’ve been shocked and angered by the senseless loss of life. I’ve also heard from my constituents, who’ve asked: “Kay, what can we do?”