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[UPDATED 8:29am ET] AFT president Randi Weingarten on "Bully" movie and bullying awareness says there has to be awareness, there has to be education that this is not a right of passage, and intervention strategies has to be about creating a climate of safety in schools.
[UPDATED 8:09am ET] Forensic scientist Lawrence Kobilinsky says gun in Trayvon shooting should have been taken in as evidence, Zimmerman could have cleaned it & compromised evidence.
[UPDATED 7:53am ET] CNN's Erin Burnett calls in to Starting Point by phone, tells Soledad says resorts in Maldives have been evacuated, but don't anticipate a tsunami.
[UPDATED 7:39am ET] Obama campaign rep Jen Psaki says no reason millionaires should pay lower taxes than middle class.
[UPDATED 7:21am ET] Santorum Campaign press secretary Alice Stewart on possible Romney endorsement – Santorum has vowed to do whatever it is to help Romney defeat Obama in November.
[UPDATED 7:11am ET] Attorney says they're worried someone will harm Zimmerman, not worried he will harm himself.
[UPDATED 7:10am ET] Attorneys Sonner & Uhrig tell @Soledad_OBrien something on Sunday changed w/ George Zimmerman. As of Saturday, relationship was good.