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>> Enough is enough. Enough is enough.>> That chant, heard from coast to coast Wednesday, as students spilled out of classrooms by the thousands. In an unprecedented nationwide protest against gun violence.>>
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>> Students from Washington, DC to Auburn Hills, Michigan to Columbine, Colorado to LA. All walking out of school for 17 minutes, to honor the 17 students and staff killed in the massacre last month.
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At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.>> We want more gun control laws to help make sure that incidents like that don't happen again.>> We are using our voices to say that we don't have to live in a country where this happens.>> Now!>> In New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo hit the pavement with protesting students.
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And the Mayor, Bill de Blasio, raised a fist. Students took a seat in front of the White House. And a rally followed in front of Congress, as some turned their back on the Capital building.>> What do we want?>> Gun control.>> As efforts to strengthen gun control measures appear to be languishing.
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>> Voters need to get a grip!>> Students plan to keep the pressure on, moving ahead with plans for a major rally in Washington on Saturday, March 24th.>> Protect us, not guns!