Reopening the theater doesn’t mean that the community is finished dealing with the tragedy, Mr. Hogan said.
“We’re not finished yet,” he said. “We won’t be finished for years to come, but we’ve got to move forward, we’ve got to be strong and we’ve got to come out the other side better than we went in.”
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