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Toddlers Are Shooting Each Other. We Don't Need Guns in Schools

By Penny Okamoto, Executive Director of Ceasefire Oregon

American kids, including many toddlers, are shooting themselves, each other, and their parents at an alarming rate.

Every week, young children get their hands on unsecured and loaded firearms, and people wind up hurt or killed. This is not inevitable. We can prevent these tragedies by requiring people to responsibly secure their guns.