Dr. Amy Klinger on Columbus NBC news.

"I am not coming here today to go, 'Boy, I hope you guys are OK.' I am coming here today to go, 'You can make yourself be OK,'" Klinger said. "We need to have options beyond just keeping [shooters] out. We need to have response options of what we should be doing if they come in, and I think that is one of the things you saw quite clearly in Sandy Hook."


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