ONN – What Happened To Larry Reid Oakland Councilmember Means Guns Must Be Taken Off The Streets
Enough is enough. Oakland District 7 Councilmember Larry Reid was nearly killed by gun fire during his annual Christmas event. No, the incident was not at his gathering, but nearby. That’s not the point. The point is we have to take guns off the streets of Oakland.
In the past we had gun buy-back programs. We need them now. We need action and not talk. I don’t care what studies say, just go and have people turn in their guns and get paid for doing so.
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