Flags were flying at full staff for only a few hours between Monday—when they were at half staff due to last week’s Atlanta spa shootings—and when President Biden ordered them back to half staff to honor the victims of the Boulder, Colorado, supermarket shootings. Ten people were killed in Boulder; eight were killed in Atlanta.
Other countries have people with mental illness and do not have the gun violence of the United States. Cruz is hammering on a bill that would only stigmatize people, not do anything about gun violence.
Ten people were killed Monday when a gunman opened fire at a Boulder, Colorado, grocery store.
Those who died ranged in ages from 20 to 65 years old. Among them is a Boulder police officer who responded to the shooting.