Moms Demand Action fights for 'Red Flag' law and against 'Constitutional Carry' at Capitol

Moms Demand Action fights for ‘Red Flag’ law and against ‘Constitutional Carry’ at Capitol

Gun Rights

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Hundreds of Moms Demand Action advocates from all over Texas marched to the capitol steps Wednesday morning for a group photo before taking their fight for gun safety and common sense gun laws inside. "We are playing some offense and some defense," said Nicole Golden with Moms Demand Action. Also under the dome Wednesday, a different group of moms: moms like Second Amendment advocate Susan Dantzler. "The folks that would like to take our guns are planning to be here and I’m like ‘No we’re going to kind of be here too,’" she said. Demonstrators take part in a rally against gun violence on March 21, 2013 in the Harlem neighborhood of the Manhattan borough of New York City. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) Dantzler called it "Women’s Gun Day." "My Dad was murdered when I was 21 years old. So rather than ‘cry me a river of tears, I hate guns..’ –- No, I want guns. I want more guns, I don’t want anyone else to feel what I felt," Dantzler said. Golden says they’re pushing lawmakers to support "red flag" legislation. "’Red flag laws’ would allow family members to work with law enforcement to have guns temporarily removed from a loved one who is showing some warning signs," Golden said. "It circumvents due process, and I’m hearing way too much about the court system is too slow so we’ve got to go ahead and take guns now and deal with due […]

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