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How public officials and organizations are responding

Public officials have expressed condolences and outrage over the latest mass shooting in the country, after six people were killed and 10 others were injured early Sunday morning in downtown Sacramento. See what elected leaders and organizations in Sacramento have to say after the shooting. Gov. Gavin Newsom said, “We can not let gun violence be the new norm.” Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said, “Words can not express my shock and sadness.” Senator Alex Padilla said he was “terrified and deeply saddened.” Retired Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn called the shooting a “very familiar tragedy.” In a Twitter post, Hahn said, “We need to address the root causes” and find solutions to stop the cycle of violence. City Council member Katie Valenzuela said, “We also need to discuss what we can do to prevent this crisis from continuing to take the lives of our neighbors, families and young people.” The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of the Golden 1 Center. The Sacramento Kings said, “Our community mourns.”

Public officials express condolences and anger over the latest mass murder in the country after Six killed, 10 injured early Sunday morning in central Sacramento.

See what elected leaders and organizations in Sacramento have to say after the shooting.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said, “We can not let gun violence be the new norm.”

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Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said, “Words cannot express my shock and sadness.”

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Senator Alex Padilla said he was “terrified and deeply saddened.”

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Retired Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn called the shooting a “very familiar tragedy.” In a Twitter post, Hahn said, “We need to address the root causes” and find solutions to stop the cycle of violence.

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City Council member Katie Valenzuela said, “We also need to discuss what we can do to prevent this crisis from continuing to take the lives of our neighbors, families and young people.”

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The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of the Golden 1 Center. The Sacramento Kings said, “Our community mourns.”

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