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Opposing groups of moms protest gun control outside Indiana Statehouse

by RTV6ABC  |  published on March 10, 2013

Two opposing groups of concerned mothers spoke out during rallies outside of the Statehouse Saturday.

On the south side of the Statehouse, one group of moms called for the protection of Second Amendment rights, and some carried guns on their hips.

The other group of moms on the east side of the Statehouse called for more restrictions on guns.

“The Second Amendment is under attack and we need to stand up and say that we are not going to stand for it,” said Melinda Porter with Indiana Moms Against Gun Control .

“We’re not about anti-guns. We’re not anti-Second Amendment. We’re just about common sense regulation,” said Nicki McNally with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America .

Each group had petitions to sign that they plan to send to federal lawmakers.

“We are not trying to take anyone’s guns away, but there is just too much violence and we want to do something about it,” said Pat King with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

“I carry everyday because I look at it as my insurance. You never know when you are going to need it. If you need it, you have it,” said Patricia Voyles with Indiana Moms Against Gun Control.

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