If you have been searching for a way to show support for banning assault weapons and other meaningful gun violence legislation, please come to the rally, Saturday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m. to noon on the Vermont Statehouse lawn, Montpelier. Speakers include: Montpelier Mayor John Hollar and Chittenden state Rep. Linda J. Waite-Simpson.
The goals are to: encourage Vermont state legislators to introduce a bill banning assault weapons; support Vermont legislatorís Bill 124 to reduce gun violence; support federal efforts, including California Sen. Feinsteinís assault weapons ban of 2013; reduce gun violence and create safer communities for our children.
Please join us Saturday and show visible support for meaningful legislation.
For information on the rally call: 802-249-9071
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