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Gun Control / "March for Our Lives" #1122276

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 24, 2018
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Wright) The massive rallies across America in the "March for Our Lives" demanding gun control & the end of school shootings like that in Parkland, Florida, featured; scenes shown from Washington, DC, in New York City, Texas, California. [Parkland survivors Alex WIND†, David HOGG†, student Naomi WADLER†, Emma GONZALEZ; Susanna BARNA†; Newtown resident Rose DESTORIES†- speak out.] [With ABC's Zachary Kiesch, MAN - speaks out.] [In New York, singer Paul McCARTNEY - remembers gun violence here {John Lennon}.] The opposition to gun violence in all forms & what they want in gun control discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kenneth Moton) The gun control battle reviewed; photos shown of protest marches around the country. [In Washington, MAN - backs gun rights.] [In Dallas, NRA spokeswoman Dana LOESCH†- says adults have hijacked a movement.] [Jan. 28, TRUMP - comments on the NRA.] Trump's tweet against bump stocks quoted. [Gun Owners of America Erich PRATT - says "gun free zones" don't work.] What is next in the political battle over gun reform discussed,

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage of the march on "This Week" noted.

Llamas, Tom;
Wright, David;
Moton, Kenneth

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