Washington Examiner: Violent crime spike illustrates need for more reform, not less

In the past two weeks, four Washington, D.C., teenagers have died violently , including a mass shooting at a Juneteenth event in the bustling U Street Corridor that wounded a police officer, two civilians, and claimed the life of a 15-year-old boy , who cried out for his mother in his final moments. In the nation’s capital and across the country, Americans are getting too used to unthinkable tragedies like these. It’s time to change course to return peace and safety to our communities.

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