Families of the Sandy Hook School shooting victims are pushing for new gun legislation

Today, a dozen family members of those killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting massacre are in Washington, D.C. pushing Congress to pass gun safety legislation.
This morning, Jillian Soto,who’s sister Victoria died in the shooting,  and Baltimore Police Chief Jim Johnson, chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, joined WPMT FOX43 morning news  to talk about how comprehensive background checks would help prevent gun violence.

Learn more at demandaction.org.