New Ohio group calls for ‘common sense’ gun rules

Holding a framed picture of his son Kenny, Kevin James told the story of how his child was struck down about seven years ago as an innocent victim of gun violence.

Kenny was shot and killed late Oct. 14, 2010. He would have been turning 30 this year.

“That in essence was the worst day of my life,” James of Cleveland said.

James was speaking during the campaign announcement of Ohioans for Gun Safety, a new grassroots organization aiming to bring “common sense background checks” for gun safety to Ohio.

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