Samoya Hall-Gray and her son, Jimmy Horton-Gray, 5, of Charleston participate in a rally encouraging the passage of legislation increasing the waiting period to purchase a hand gun to 28 days.
Samoya Hall-Gray and her son, Jimmy Horton-Gray, 5, of Charleston participate in a rally encouraging the passage of legislation increasing the waiting period to purchase a hand gun to 28 days. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Samoya Hall-Gray and her son, Jimmy Horton-Gray, 5, of Charleston participate in a rally encouraging the passage of legislation increasing the waiting period to purchase a hand gun to 28 days. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
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