HARTFORD, Conn. (WWLP) - A commission formed to look into the Sandy Hook School Massacre met on Friday, the first time since early May.
Commission members have been hearing testimonies on gun control, school safety, and mental health.
But they are struggling to make recommendations because they still do not have details about the investigation itself.
Commission chair, Scott Jackson told 22News,"We talk a lot about mental health but we don't know any specifics of the shooter."
The final police report has already been delayed several times, with a possible release date of September.