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“Vahana” for Airbus, “Aurora” for Boeing: the two main aircraft manufacturers in the world present their projects for flying taxis or “vertical take-off and landing” (VOTL) at Le Bourget. IMAGES

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EIHA16, Hempflax celebrates its 25th anniversary and investors boosting the industry

Europe’s oldest hemp company HempFlax, looked back at 25 years of innovation and announced it will go public the end of this year. And more is happening in the hemp market these days.
Aurora recently bought Lithuanian company AgroPro, Europe’s biggest producer, processor, and supplier of hemp and hemp products and its sister company Borela.
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School bus crash injures at least 19 students

Authorities say at least 19 students are hurt after a school bus collided with a garbage truck in Indiana. State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says the crash occurred Wednesday morning near the city of Aurora, about 30 miles west of Cincinnati. (March 6)

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Police: Aurora attacker shouldn’t have owned gun

Police say the fired worker who killed five people at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, was able to buy the gun he used because an initial background check didn’t catch that he had a prior felony conviction in Mississippi. (Feb. 16)

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Active shooter reported at Illinois industrial park

City officials report an active shooter situation at an industrial park in Aurora, Illinois. Local media reporting multiple people injured. (Feb. 15)

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Aurora Police: ‘Heartbroken’ Over Fatal Shooting

(3 Aug 2018) The police chief in Aurora, Colo. defended his officers in the fatal police shooting of a homeowner who had moments earlier fatally shot an intruder, but he said he was “heartbroken” over the situation. (Aug. 3)

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Why The Best Hope For Gun Control Isn’t Congress — It’s With The States (HBO)

As hundreds of thousands of people marched on Washington and local state legislatures, exercising their rights to vocally protest the gun lobby, advocates across the country have also been toiling away on a less visible plan for gun reform, taking it state by state.

In Colorado, three gun rights activists who lost family members in Columbine, Aurora, and Sandy Hook testified for lawmakers at two hearings. At the first, they spoke in support of legislation that proposed a ban on bump stocks — the accessory used in the 2017 Las Vegas shooting that allows semi-automatic weapons to fire faster. In the second hearing, they fought against a bill to repeal the current ban on high-capacity magazines.

Colorado is generally a pro-gun state, and so far, activists like Tom Mauser, Tom Sullivan, Jane Daugherty and other mass shooting survivors have had more losses than wins.

Though they believed their chances might be better this time around with the renewed momentum behind the national gun debate, state lawmakers didn’t take the bait. And even among those directly touched by gun violence, a consensus remains elusive: Patrick Neville, a Columbine survivor and lawmaker, tells us he doesn’t buy the idea that increased gun control will create safer schools or communities — and he’s far from alone.

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