The Issue Of Gun Control In Parkland, Florida

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Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. These are schools we are all now very familiar with. As each year goes by school shootings/massacres are a subject us americans are used to talking and arguing about. Each year, and each time a tragedy strikes nothing is done to prevent these horrific events from happening again. The most recent major school shooting took place in Parkland, Florida. This is americas wake up call on the matter of gun control. Seventeen high school students were shot to death in a place where they were suppose to be safe, a place where they were getting their education but the bigger question, what is going to be done? This recent wake up call has begun to make americans and politicians reconsider the policies the government holds onto, in order to change the law to fit to the needs of all americans, no matter how they feel about gun control. One of the most important lessons to be taken out of this recent mass shooting is that we don’t ban assault weapons and how little has changed because two sides ( Republicans, Democrats) do not want to work together to solve this problem that we all seem throw under the rug and other parties such as the NRA who continue to delay the ban on guns. The second lesson to be taken from Parkland is speaking up, and demanding for a change will make your voice be heard as well as how the media covers mass shootings.

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