TWIN FALLS — President Donald Trump wants to arm teachers. The governor of Florida wants to raise the age limit for purchasing firearms. The survivors of last week’s massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School want assault weapons banned.

Nearly everyone admits school shootings have become so frequent that something finally has to be done to stop them. But what?

We asked Magic Valley politicians, police, doctors, teachers, students and gun experts: How do we prevent another mass shooting?

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Chief Craig Kingsbury

Kingsbury

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Conrad Robbins

Robbins

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Jim Patrick

Patrick

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Jack Johnson

Johnson

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Tom Carter

Carter

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Casey Andersen

Casey Andersen

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Sally Toone

Toone

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Jason Ostrowski

Ostrowski

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Steve Gobel

Steve Gobel

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Dr. Cathy Canty

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Ryan Horsley

Ryan Horsley

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Twin Falls' New Mayor, Council Members Sworn In

Councilman Jim Munn looks over the gallery in his final moments as a city council member Monday evening, Jan. 4, 2016, in Twin Falls.

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Kenneth Cox

Cox

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Reporters Mychel Matthews, Julie Wootton-Greener, Heather Kennison, Gretel Kauffman and Laurie Welch contributed. w

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