PA Attorney General speaks to students about dangers of gun violence

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is touring schools around the state working to educate children about the dangers of gun violence.

Kane stopped by the Harrisburg High School SciTech building Wednesday morning for an hour-long presentation.

“Any gun that is used in any crime, if you purchase it and give it to someone else, you are responsible, whether it is a child caught in the crossfire, whether it is a father or a mother,” Kane said at the assembly.

The AG ended the presentation with a request for students:

“I need you to become part of the solution. We can’t do it on our own. We fight this fight every single day. We do our very very best. But again, this is a problem that everyone has to sign on to,” she said.

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