After the 2007 shooting at Virginia Tech, numerous parties were left to pick up the pieces that a gunman left when he killed 32 people and injured 17 more on campus. Years after the incident, The Center for American Progress has released a report outlining the financial costs each party had to pay after the incident. Virginia Tech’s portion of the costs was $38.77 million, but in total, the incident cost $48.2 million. The full report can be read here.

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