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Topic - Jane Dougherty
"We cannot afford to sit idly by as more and more of our loved ones are killed with guns," said Jane Dougherty, whose sister was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. "Please join me in demanding that our elected officials have the courage to lead and pass the Gun Violence Prevention Bill."
"They are what mass shooters go to to kill a lot of people in a short amount of time," said Jane Dougherty, a suburban Denver woman whose sister was killed in the Sandy Hook elementary school shootings.