Dan Frosch

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal who has covered active shooter drills

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The Republican party has long supported the death penalty. But now politicians in red states like Wyoming, Kansas, and Kentucky are sponsoring bills to end it.

Why Republicans are now becoming anti-death penalty

The Republican party has long supported the death penalty. But now politicians in red states like Wyoming, Kansas, and Kentucky are sponsoring bills to end it.

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In the aftermath of all too many mass shootings and other violent incidents, there’s been more and more effort to prepare for the worst. But that’s easier said than done.

Active Shooter Drills Elicit Lawsuits

In the aftermath of all too many mass shootings and other violent incidents, there’s been more and more effort to prepare for the worst. But that’s easier said than done.

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