Grand Forks students ask lawmakers to change gun laws
GRAND FORKS, ND (WDAZ)--Students in Grand Forks are asking lawmakers to change gun laws.
Students from Grand Forks Central and Red River High Schools are planning to walk out of class on March 14th for about 20 minutes.
It's part of a nationwide protest across the country -- one month after over a students and teachers were killed in Parkland, Florida.
The seniors say gun violence is a bipartisan issue that everyone should care about.
“It's not that we're saying we need to take away guns. It's a variety of things. It can be you want gun control, you want change for mental health, you want change for policing,” said High School Senior, Sean King.