Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!

Hands Up, Don’t Shoot! Americans are gun-crazy and firearm ownership has proliferated, but how many more mass shootings do we have to endure before enough is enough?

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Kavi Suri (12th):
“Well, as a person, who values the opportunity to overthrow a government that severely infringes upon its citizen’s rights, I believe that gun control should be limited to people psychologically well enough to brandish a firearm.”

Edward Seradaryan (11th):
“The amount of guns people can own needs to be limited. Too many guns are too dangerous. People should only have 5 guns.”

Emmanuel Nieva (11th):
“Ever since Vegas people will see how easy it is to commit mass murder. People are going to be more likely to commit mass murder now. We should take people’s guns away because now people are going to do this more often. “

Jenisa Chuayjarernsook (12th):
“In my opinion, I think that they should abolish all arms and just keep it for the military. The military is used for our national defense but as long as everyone has access to the weapons, shootings will continue to happen and it will cause us to go against each other as well.”

Anais Unanyan (9th):
“I believe it would be great to diminish guns, but it’s impossible. People with criminal records should not have access to guns to prevent violence and mass shooting.”

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