Sen. Cruz Participates in Roundtable Discussion with Gov. Abbott, Local Law Enforcement Officials, and Community Members on School Safety
Met with victims and survivors of the Santa Fe High School, Alpine High School, and Sutherland Springs church shootings
May 24, 2018
AUSTIN, Texas – Today, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) participated in a roundtable discussion with Gov. Greg Abbott, local law enforcement officials, and the victims and survivors of the Santa Fe High School, Alpine High School, and Sutherland Springs church shootings on the topic of school safety.
Still photos of Sen. Cruz's visit may be viewed here.
“I am grateful for Governor Abbott’s leadership in bringing together members of these communities and for organizing today’s roundtable discussion,” Sen. Cruz said. “Texans have seen the face of evil in these horrific, violent attacks, and today’s discussion was a tremendous opportunity to hear from the victims and survivors from the Santa Fe High School, Alpine High School, and Sutherland Springs church shootings. It took incredible bravery and courage for them to share their stories and voice their concerns. It was a productive conversation, and I look forward to working with the Texas delegation and Governor Abbott to address those concerns.”