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Moms March Against Guns

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By Black Radio Network Staff
 

                NEW YORK - A group calling itself the One Million Moms For Gun Control is marching across New York’s famed Brooklyn Bridge today. They are speaking out against gun violence.

                The group says it supports New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new tough gun registration law and wants the Second Amendment implemented in a safe way to protect everyone.

                The hundreds participating said they got their inspiration for this march following the massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

                The One Million Moms For Gun Control also handed out pamphlets demanding a federal ban on military-style weapons and handguns.


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