Sen. Marlon Kimpson D-Charleston spoke at a rally held by Lowcountry Students for Political Action, an alliance of mostly high school students, at the South Carolina State House to urge legislators to pass senate bill 154. The bill would expand the background check period from three to five days before a gun purchase can be approved. 1/31/19
Sen. Marlon Kimpson D-Charleston spoke at a rally held by Lowcountry Students for Political Action, an alliance of mostly high school students, at the South Carolina State House to urge legislators to pass senate bill 154. The bill would expand the background check period from three to five days before a gun purchase can be approved. 1/31/19 Tim Dominick The State file photo
Sen. Marlon Kimpson D-Charleston spoke at a rally held by Lowcountry Students for Political Action, an alliance of mostly high school students, at the South Carolina State House to urge legislators to pass senate bill 154. The bill would expand the background check period from three to five days before a gun purchase can be approved. 1/31/19 Tim Dominick The State file photo