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it's been a year of grief and rallies for many parkland students and parents calling for stricter gun laws in school safety measures but on Thursday there will be a pause in the debate as parkland Florida marks one year since the high school massacre deadliest in history seventeen people were killed when a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school on Valentine's day last year friend cute and birds fourteen year old daughter Jamie was one of them I'm not going to ever stop talking about my daughter and what she meant to me and what the moments without her means to me well many people in this community will mark a moment of silence attend services in local schools and an evening vigil Gutenberg recently told Reuters he will reflect on this summer day in private I will go sit with my daughter at the cemetery to start the day , %HESITATION , me to spend time with her , I know we're just we're staying in that day , %HESITATION it's just it for my wife and my son and I , it's just a day we're we're just we're going to go off the grid we're just going to be together , a day of rest after a year of activism with %HESITATION Enberg and many other neighbors pushing politicians to reform the nation's gun laws , last year twenty states passed some form of gun regulation according to the gun control group every town for gun safety it's that kind of change that keeps parkland parents fighting nobody can make me stop , the only thing that's going to give me some , satisfaction I I want to make me happy goose none of this makes me happy but the satisfaction is knowing , we've accomplished something that may save another parent from going through what I'm going through