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Schools Struggle To Improve Safety; Julia Roberts Plans Film Adaptation Of A Book About 1960s Denver

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Effective July 1, Colorado school districts may have to pay legal damages if they fail to prevent school shootings or other violence, but there’s confusion about how to comply and the issue will most likely be decided in court. This comes at a time when more teachers are arming themselves, saying they want to protect their students. Also, your feedback on our segment with small-business owners who are hopeful about the Trump administration. Plus, Julia Roberts is turning a novel that takes place in 1960s Denver into a film. It's based on Cynthia Swanson's book about how life could have turned out differently, called "The Bookseller."