Virginia Tech seeks to block fine in shooting case
Published 12/03/2011, AP Education Writer
Virginia Tech University says it acted appropriately in alerting the campus that bloody spring day in 2007 during what turned out to be the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The government disagrees and has levied $55,000 in fines, contending the school was too slow in notifying students, faculty and staff and therefore in violation of a federal law requiring timely warnings when there are safety threats.Word count: 1128
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