Parents plead for common sense gun reform at Ossining march
Parents marched in the streets of Ossining Sunday begging for action after the mass shooting at a Texas school.
People showed their support in Market Square, calling for common sense gun laws like taking assault weapons off the streets.
They say it was difficult to send their children to school after this most recent violent attack.
"I have two kids and it was really hard to take them to school this week," says Acacia Mauriello, of Ossining. "It was difficult to put them on the bus, and not knowing if they would return."