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Utah high school students helping plan protest march

Feb 20, 2018, 9:15 AM

Some Utahns are planning protest marches over gun violence next month.

It’s part of a national campaign dubbed “March for Our Lives.”  Facebook shows events being planned in Salt Lake City, Park City and Cache Valley on March 24.

15 Utahns met Monday to plan the rally. Eight of them are Skyline,Bbrighton, Judge and West high school students, the rest are with the group “Utah Indivisible” that has been involved in many protests.

Listen to a live interview with Brighton’s Isaac Reese below.

 

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