Several rallied for their right to bear arms

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Sean Allen Neumann, a rally organizer who is for background checks regarding guns, said their Second Amendment rights are not granted to them by the government but by God.

- Gun rallies took place across the country Saturday, including one in downtown Raleigh.

"These stubborn anti-gun local governments will spitefully hurt their citizens any way they can". The main March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C., drew hundreds of thousands of people to hear Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg and other Douglas students speak.

They gathered around 2 p.m. on the south side of the Statehouse. Those of us on the front lines of this civil rights battle see this as the ultimate abandonment of common sense. They held signs and flags, many with their guns.

"Gun control is not the right way to secure our schools". From a moral and ethical standpoint, it is hard learning of a new tragedy from a day-to-day basis, but it is even more troubling when I learn that an organization or group of people is being blamed besides the perpetrator who has committed a crime. "Why are we not educating our children on firearm safety?" asked Tami Watson, who is running for Bartholomew County sheriff. "I expect her to have it any time she is allowed to carry it", said Kim Hardy, from Muncie, who went to the rally with her 19-year-old daughter, Alexis.

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"It's about protecting the nation", he said. All he did was graze my shoulder.

Shoemaker said that man eventually walked away.

"We live in a society that we have these constitutional rights for a reason, to protect ourselves, we have the freedom of speech, but as soon as you take one of those away, the rest will fall like dominos", Said Mitchell. They also said they don't think more laws will stop bad guys from doing harm.

"We wanted to do something positive for the Second Amendment", said Boyd.