• Petitioned The United States Congress

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The United States Congress

Stricter Gun Control Laws in place by 2013

    1. Wendy Kraemer
    2. Petition by

      Wendy Kraemer

      Palo Alto, CA

Gun control has been up for debate for many years, especially this year with the Aurora shooting in Colorado and now the shooting in Connecticut. My question is, when is someone going to take a stand for the next generation and say "No, I don't want this to go on. This must be stopped." There is no reason for children to die because of a madman with a machine gun. The only way change can happen is if the government sees the petitions, hear the voices, and listen to the people. With enough attention, there won't be any more of these events and the next generation can feel safe.

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The United States Congress
Stricter Gun Control Laws in place by 2013

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Maureen Corbett HINESBURG, VT
      • over 1 year ago

      if we do not speak up this becomes a political debate and violence continues to perpetuate itself. If we do not take a stand we become victims.

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    • Terry Neal AUSTRALIA
      • over 1 year ago

      why is it important shouldnt be the question the question should be WHY HAS IT TAKEN SO LONG how many more people will die ???????

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    • Edward Laurson DENVER, CO
      • over 1 year ago

      Urgent! Do it now!

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    • Lourdes Martinez PORTAGE, IN
      • over 1 year ago

      Think it's time to stop worrying about all those who think owning a GUN is the answer. It is not! Too many innocent people are being killed and many are innocent children. Enough already. It's time for stricker gun laws.

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    • Robert Conway PALM COAST, FL
      • over 1 year ago

      I believe in the Lord.

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