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Students Head to Washington, D.C.

SCHOOL PATROL: Students travel to D.C. pushing for gun reform It’s been about a month since the March for our Lives movement across the country, but here in the Tennessee Valley the mission continues. Students from several schools left for Washington D.C. Wednesday morning to meet with local congressional representatives …

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Students Take Their Gun Concerns to Nashville

Hamilton County students bring opinions on gun laws to Governor Haslam’s office Hamilton County students began their spring break as activists, Monday.Chrischhna Smith is in eighth grade at Normal Park.We are students and what we say matters, she said. We want to voice that.A group traveled to Nashville to bring …

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March for Our Lives Coverage

March for Our Lives Coverage Survivors of the Florida school shooting are marching in Washington for stricter gun laws and sibling marches are organized around the country in solidarity. Follow here for the latest.

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Chattanooga March for Our Lives

March for Our Lives: Thousands hit Chattanooga streets to call for end to gun violence At least a thousand students and adults took the streets this morning, marching from Coolidge Park to the steps of the Hamilton County Courthouse as part of the nation-wide movement, March for Our Lives, today …

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Local Students Join National Walkout

Some local students join national walkout, others say they were forced to stay indoors [videos, photos] Gallery: Gallery: CSAS walkout Dalton High School Principal Steve Bartoo tells students Wednesday morning that the school will not allow them to walk out in protest of gun violence. Students from several local schools …

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Why We’re Walking Out

Hamilton County students: Why we’re walking out Students across the nation, including many in Hamilton and surrounding counties, are participating in a walkout on Wednesday that is part protest, part memorial to honor the lives of the 17 people killed at Stoneman Douglas and urge state and national lawmakers to …

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