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There has not been a good day for Uvalde families since May 24, when a gunman murdered 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School.
And while the Aug. 1 decision in Hondo to nix a National Rifle Association-affiliated event there doesn’t qualify as a “good” day, it does count as a win for grieving families. Their advocacy made a difference, leading the Hondo City Council, by a 4-1 vote, to revoke a city rental hall agreement with the Medina Area Friends of NRA, which planned to hold a fundraiser there.