HARTFORD, Conn. – Two years after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the parents of two of the 20 child victims were joined by lawmakers who recommitted themselves to ending gun violence.
“Every gun-related death is a preventable death,” Nicole Hockley, who lost her son Dylan, said Monday.
Hockley, who spent the two-year anniversary with family and friends, said the push to get tougher gun laws passed through Congress isn’t going to go away.
“We are gaining momentum. Our voices are growing stronger,” Hockley said.
See the complete story at CT News Junkie.