Another Florida community is still reeling after another mass shooting that left 49 dead at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. And now, these two groups are coming together to make sure nobody else goes through what they did.
Around 100 MSD students and four Pulse survivors boarded buses on Tuesday to confront politicians and lawmakers in Tallahassee, Florida.
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The students and survivors were also joined by peers from a neighboring high school, West Boca, who walked 12 miles between schools to work in solidarity with MSD.
According to local news, the high school was in the middle of a 17-minute moment of silence when students decided to leave school early and instead march the long trek.
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At the end of their journey to the legislators, the group was met by the Florida representatives' decision to not see a bill proposed to ban automatic assault weapons.
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