Univision 41 News Brief: Refuerzan vigilancia en escuelas despues de tiroteo en escuela de Texas

New Jersey refuerza la vigilancia de las escuelas en prevención de riesgos, tras el tiroteo que dejó 19 niños y dos maestros muertos en Texas.

Univision 41

May 25, 2022, 1:07 PM

Updated 786 days ago

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New Jersey refuerza la vigilancia de las escuelas en prevención de riesgos, tras el tiroteo que dejó 19 niños y dos maestros muertos en Texas.
La policia de Nueva York busca al sospechoso que atracó a un padre a punta de pistola, frente a su niño de 6 años.
Vuelve el patrullaje nocturno al subway de Nueva York para disminuir la violencia.
En Nueva Jersey ya son 46 los negocios autorizados parar vender marihuana recreativa: la comisión reguladora aprobó ayer licencias para 22 cultivadores; 13 fabricantes y 11 minoristas, además de cuatro laboratorios.


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