A group of moms and activists gathered in Indianapolis to call for an end to gun violence. The rally was held the same weekend that the NRA is in town for its annual convention. About a hundred members of the “Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America,” attended. The group wants stricter background checks, which the NRA also favors. “There's a misconceived notion that our organization wants to take away the second amendment and take away people's guns. That's not why we're here. We're here to work with the NRA to have a safer environment for everyone,” says Marie Delus.
The group says it's time to vote out members of Congress who aren't serious about keeping guns out of the wrong hands.
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