Stars turn out to support March for Our Lives

While millions marched for gun control these folks marched for gun rights

Two Republican senators, Marco Rubio of Florida and Joni Ernst of Iowa, said over the weekend that while they supported gun control advocates' right to protest, they opposed infringing on the constitutional right to bear arms.

Never before in the past 40 years have I have witnessed anything like these rallies in this country.

While students in most schools stood outside for 17 minutes, one minute for each victim at the Parkland school massacre, her and her peers stayed outside for 18.

He says the changes he wants to see are, stronger background checks, help for people with mental illness and perhaps a ban on assault weapons.

Numerous protesters chanted anti-NRA slogans and carried signs calling on politicians to take action. He also said, "You can hear the people in power shaking".

Joseph Persico, vice president of Northeast NC Progressives and one of the march's organizers, said he was happy with the turnout.

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"One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here", McCartney told CNN at the NY march, "so it's important to me".

Bonner said she's a retired school principal with a long history of marching for important causes, whether in support of Martin Luther King Jr. or, more recently, the Women's March in January. It would also bolster claims that the nation is ready to enact sweeping changes to its gun control laws.

The mass shoot sparked major public outcry surrounding the lax gun control laws, with student survivors from the school demanding more from their politicians and legislators, calling on President Donald Trump to confront the issue.

Volunteers from a local chapter of lobbying group Indivisible435, which backs progressive political candidates, told her how to register to vote once she got home, as she did not have her driver's license with her.

New Orleans resident Christine McNabb brought her 12-year-old daughter Ariyanna with her to the rally. Here in Tucson the march started in downtown and then was led to the University of Arizona mall, where many students took the stage to take a stand. Not all gun owners present at the event agreed with the view that restricting gun access is the best way to make schools safer.

Polls indicate public opinion in the US may be shifting on the issue. A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs found that 69 percent of Americans think gun laws in the US should be stricter, up from 61 percent in October 2016 and 55 percent in October 2013. That is up from 61 percent in 2016 and 55 percent in 2013.

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Paul Trautman, of Jewitt, said guns should require a license and insurance similar to automobiles.

Years of continuously fighting for stricter gun laws have been painful.

At the same time, the poll found that almost half of Americans do not expect elected officials to take action.

At a Salt Lake City high school, a demonstration supporting gun rights began an hour before the March for Our Lives rally in the same spot, according to CNN affiliate KUTV.

"My friends and I might still be 11 and we might still be in elementary school, but we know", she said. Marchers came from across the Rogue Valley and beyond, and their views on guns varied just as widely.

An educator himself, he also said he opposes arming teachers.

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"We got called all kinds of names", Ciabottonia said.



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