Winter Park businessman Phillip Levine’s campaign helped organize a rally for gun law reforms that took place in Tallahassee called ‘Rally in Tally for Gun Reform.’ Buses came from all around the country for the rally joining protesters to the reaction to Valentine’s Day mass-shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, which killed 17. Thousands of students and parents from around the state ascended on the capital protesting gun reform and stricter gun laws. “This rally is important for gun reform laws, we will not be bullied,” said James Morton. Others taking part in Monday’s ‘Rally in Tally’ included members of the League of Women Voters, Women’s March Florida and Democratic Black Caucus executives pictured Ellis Hodges (Okaloosa County), Jill Lewis (Okaloosa County), James J. Morton (Duval County) and Christina Forrest (Santa Rosa).
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