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Thousands of high school students, many still far from voting age, are streaming out of schools across the country today to protest against gun violence[1] in the wake of last month’s mass shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people.


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After a vocal response from customers, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service will begin restocking its shelves this week with high-capacity ammunition magazines — reversing a policy to stop selling magazines that hold 11 or more rounds.

Today, the Illinois state Senate is going to vote on an amended version of House Bill 1467 to repeal the firearm preemption law in Illinois.  Please contact your state Senator and urge them to OPPOSE Senate Amendment 1 and House Bill 1467.  Click the “Take Action” button to contact your state Senator.

Gun Buyers ClubBy Bernie Woodall

PARKLAND, Fla., March 14 (Reuters) - U.S. students spilled out of classrooms by the thousands on Wednesday morning, waving signs and chanting slogans like "We want change," in a coast-to-coast protest against gun violence prompted by a deadly rampage at a Florida high school last month.


The #ENOUGH National School Walkout began in the Eastern time zone at 10 a.m. (1400 GMT) and was scheduled to last 17 minutes but many protests went

Gun Buyers ClubBy Gina Cherelus

NEW YORK, March 14 (Reuters) - Students walked out of classrooms across the United States on Wednesday, waving signs and chanting their demands for tighter gun safety laws, joining a movement spearheaded by survivors of the deadly shooting spree at a Florida high school last month.


The #ENOUGH National School Walkout began at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT) with 17-minute walkouts planned at 10 a.m. in each time zone, commemorating the 17 students

Gun Buyers ClubUpdated 1 hour ago

Western Pennsylvania's pivotal special election race for Congress between Conor Lamb and Rick Saccone remained too close to call early Wednesday, but Lamb declared victory in a speech about 12:40 a.m.


With all of the congressional district's 593 precincts reporting, Lamb had collected 49.8 percent of the votes counted compared with Saccone's 49.6 percent, unofficial tallies showed. Only 579 votes