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Texas school-shootings talks close

Discussions center on student mental health, more security

By JIM VERTUNO The Associated Press

This article was published May 25, 2018 at 3:11 a.m.

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Santa Fe, Texas, High School student Aaron Chenowith is comforted by his father, Richard Chenowith, during a discussion with Gov. Greg Abbott on school shootings Thursday at the Texas state Capitol in Austin.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (center) joins in prayer Thursday during a meeting on school violence at the Texas state Capitol.

AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wrapped up three days of meetings on school safety and mass shootings Thursday by speaking with survivors from last week's mass shooting at a high school near Houston.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (center) joins in prayer Thursday during a meeting on school violence at the Texas state Capitol.

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