Reducing Gun Violence: Ask the Vice President Your Questions
The massacre in Newtown, Conn., shook us all and sparked a renewed national discussion about how to protect innocent Americans, especially our children, from the horrors of gun violence. Parents is honored to be holding a Facebook town hall on Tuesday with one of the leaders of that national debate, Vice President Joe Biden. The Vice President will be answering questions submitted in advance by you, our readers and Facebook fans.
Whatever your politics, this is a chance to engage in discussion with one of the leaders who is shaping the Administration’s policies on guns. We may all have different opinions on how to reduce violence, but let’s keep the discussion thoughtful, civil, and focused on the question of how best to prevent more senseless deaths. Submit your questions now on our Facebook page or in the comment section below, and we will ask the Vice President as many we can on Tuesday.
And, of course, watch the virtual town hall event live at 3:30 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, Feb. 19, to hear Vice President Biden’s answers to your questions.
Photo:Vice President Joe Biden meets with sportsmen and rural group representatives as part of the Administration’s effort to develop policy proposals in response to the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., Jan. 10, 2013. Pictured at the table, from left, are: Steve Williams, President of the Wildlife Management Institute; the Vice President; Ron Regan, Executive Director of the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies; Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar; and Kirk Bailey, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Outdoor Industry Association. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)Add a Comment