A Cycle to Fight Gun Violence

Bicyclists recently took a 400-mile ride from Newtown, Conn. to Washington to urge for gun legislation, joining members of the Virginia Tech Victims Cycling team Tuesday in College Park, Md. “Most Americans want to cure our gun violence epidemic,” said Monte Frank, whose daughter’s teacher was killed in the shooting of 26 at the school. “Here’s our message: Please put politics aside and get it done.” This piece is part of an ongoing series on Sandy Hook: A Healing Journey.

Bicyclists recently took a 400-mile ride from Newtown, Conn. to Washington to urge for gun legislation, joining members of the Virginia Tech Victims Cycling team Tuesday in College Park, Md. “Most Americans want to cure our gun violence epidemic,” said Monte Frank, whose daughter’s teacher was killed in the shooting of 26 at the school. “Here’s our message: Please put politics aside and get it done.” This piece is part of an ongoing series on Sandy Hook: A Healing Journey.

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