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12 Mar 2018 08:09 AM EST

The Trump administration unveiled several gun and school safety proposals Sunday.
The proposals do not include a plan to increase the age limit for buying certain firearms.
The administration announced that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will chair a commission to recommend policy and funding proposals for school violence prevention.
"Far too often the focus has been only on the most contentious fights -- the things that have divided people and sent them into their entrenched corners. But the plan that we're going to advance and talk about is a pragmatic plan to dramatically increase school safety and to take steps to do so right away." Betsy DeVos
The administration says it will work with states to provide "rigorous" firearms training for "specially qualified" school personnel.
Trump is also backing a bill that will improve the information going into the National Instant Criminal Background Check System
The President also proposed increased integration of mental health, primary care, and family services, and support for programs that utilize court-ordered treatment.

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