The March for Our Lives protests call for stricter gun laws-Mass shooting

The March for Our Lives protests call for stricter gun laws-Mass shooting

The March for Our Lives protests call for stricter gun laws-Mass shooting

Youngsters and adults protest for stricter gun laws

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  • Thousands of people scheduled to attend the second March for Our Lives demonstration.
  • Demonstrators are calling on Congress to act in light of recent mass shootings.

Many people scheduled to attend the second March for Our Lives demonstration on Saturday.

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“Young people from throughout the country marched today with @AMarch4OurLives to urge Congress to adopt reasonable gun safety legislation.

According to previous research, the majority of Americans support increased background checks for gun sales.

The midday protest in Washington, D.C. projected to gather roughly 50,000 people to the Washington Monument. Significantly less than the 200,000 who attended the 2018 march.

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March for Our Lives co-founders and Parkland, shooting survivors David Hogg and X Gonzalez, Democratic Missouri Rep. Cori Bush, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, and Yolanda King, Martin Luther King Jr.’s granddaughter, are among those who will speak.

This time, organizers are focusing on smaller marches in cities around the country, including Nebraska, Iowa, California, Connecticut, Michigan, and Florida.

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Senators from both parties had planned to achieve a deal on the matter this week and met on Friday, but no agreement had been revealed by early evening.

According to the Gun Violence Archive, there were more mass shootings in 2022 than in days.

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