Mary Johnson’s son was murdered 20 years ago. She has since forgiven the man who killed him, but still feels compelled to work to stop the killing. “Our youth should not be able to walk out of their door, and walk down the block and get a gun,” Johnson said. The summit included police officers, pastors and citizens – working to end gun violence. Among the attendees was Leroy Duncan of Protect Minnesota.
As large crowds lined the State Capitol hallways for gun violence hearings, gun control advocates admit they’ve been out-organized.
A community that is plagued by violence is doing what it can to stop it.
A 100-year-old family farm could soon become the victim of traffic congestion.