Cassandra Sandusky, right, a graduate of Columbine High School, pauses with her friend, Jennifer Dunmore, at a row of crosses bearing the names of the victims of the attack at the school 20 years ago before a program for the victims Saturday, April 20, 2019 in Littleton, Colorado. (David Zalubowski | Associated Press)

Cassandra Sandusky, right, a graduate of Columbine High School, pauses with her friend, Jennifer Dunmore, at a row of crosses bearing the names of the victims of the attack at the school 20 years ago before a program for the victims Saturday, April 20, 2019 in Littleton, Colorado. (David Zalubowski | Associated Press)

Opinion: 20 years after Columbine, Alaskans must act to prevent gun violence

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