Opinion | Media coverage of the Nashville school shooting intensifies


While mass shootings have become far too frequent (there have been more than 130 this year in the United States), Monday’s shooting in Nashville continues to dominate the news cycle.

It’s not unusual for mass shootings to renew the fierce debate about guns in this country, with half the nation calling for stricter gun laws and the other half offering thoughts and prayers and comments about mental health. That debate magnified this week seemingly more so than usual, possibly because of the setting of the shooting (a Christian grade school) and the victims, which included three 9-year-old children.

Media coverage has been intense.

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