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House Holds Moment of Silence for Colorado Shooting Victims

By Thomas McKinless

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The House held a moment of silence Tuesday for the victims of the shooting last week that resulted in three deaths at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs last week. The silence was lead by Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colo. “I ask my colleagues to stand with me and my colleagues from the Colorado delegation, and with the community of Colorado Springs for a moment of silence, to reflect upon the lives that were lost, and to pray for their families and loved ones,” Lamborn said.

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