America's wrenching conversation over how to stop another mass shooting like that at Sandy Hook Elementary grew more complex this week — virtually by the hour.
Restrict guns and ammunition, some argued. No, others said: Improve the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness first.
Give teachers guns, still others suggested. Limit access to violent movies and video games. Build intruder-proof schools.
By midweek, no consensus emerged for preventing the next massacre other than that something needs fixing.