Group demonstrates in Cheyenne for gun rights

Group demonstrates in Cheyenne for gun rights

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CHEYENNE — Several dozen people gathered in downtown Cheyenne to express support for gun rights, as a response to nationwide protests calling for increased restrictions on gun ownership. The rally Saturday in front of the Wyoming Supreme Court building,, which included politicians and members of militia groups, was coordinated with rallies at other state capitols under the auspices of the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans, an alliance of nationalist organizations dedicated to putting America "back on track,” according to its website. And while organizer Jodi Mandelias acknowledged Wyoming’s gun laws were some of the friendliest in the country, she said people still needed to remind the public of the Second Amendment’s importance in light of recent demonstrations demanding restrictions on gun ownership following a school shooting in Parkland, Florida. 300×250 image ad The shooting, conducted by a 19-year-old with an AR-15-style rifle, and the outrage that followed prompted […]

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