Second day of protests against Oklahoma's permitless carry legislation
From Jessica Bruno, KFOR:
For a second day in a row, opponents of a bill that would allow Oklahomans to carry a gun with no training or a permit gathered at the state capitol asking lawmakers to vote no.
"We're not trying to take your guns away. We're not against gun owners or owning a gun, but we believe that there are policies that work,” said Debbie Weir, director of the national ‘Moms Demand Action’ chapter, at the rally.
"This was my first event last year after Parkland. I had just enrolled my daughter in pre-K, and I realized she would be growing up having active shooter drills. She's had two already,” said Audrey Burrow, a group leader with the Edmond ‘Moms Demand Action’ chapter.