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Mary Kay: I thought we had gun laws that keep guns from the mentally ill

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Published on May 11, 2012

On April 16, 2012, the anniversary of the Virginia Tech Shooting, 32 victims and survivors of gun violence came to Washington DC to tell their stories to Congress and the American public. They don't want anyone else to have lives shattered in the same way and they have learned how gun violence can be prevented. America's gun policies can be fixed in specific ways and lives will be saved. Mary Kay Mace's daughter, Ryanne Mace, was the youngest of the five students slain in the classroom shooting at Northern Illinois University on February 14, 2008. Ryanne was just three months shy of her 20th birthday. Police records indicated that the shooter had a long history of mental problems, including several suicide attempts.

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