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Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where a gunman killed 17 people last week, are leading calls to demand a change in gun laws.

The night ended with Max Schachter, who lost his 14-year-old son Alex, reading a poem written by the teen comparing life to a roller coaster.

Runcie, the Broward County schools superintendent, said he has been told by parents and students alike that they will not return to Building 12.

Hicks tells WTXL ABC 27 that it's important to really focus on the mental health needs of middle and high school children, as those years can be very busy, trying, and stressful. Many politicians are reluctant to act because they do not want to take a risk.

Protesters, student survivors face lawmakers and NRA in town hall meeting. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla.

"Why do we have to speak out at the (state) Capitol? We are coming after every single one of you demanding action, demanding that you make a change", said a Stoneman Douglas senior Delaney Tarr. "But no, you're going to sit there and you're going to get paid by the NRA and you're going to claim that the shooting was so disgusting, but then you don't want to do anything about it".

What he wants: Guttenberg confronted Rubio directly during the Town Hall, angrily telling him that his comments about the shooting "and those of your president this week have been pathetically weak".

Students and parents put Rubio in the hot seat, asking him the majority of the questions.

Last week, two days after the Florida shooting, a school security officer overheard a student threatening to open fire at El Camino High School in Whittier, Calif. He did not say whether he would turn down an NRA contribution. Can anyone here guess how many shootings there have been in a school since then in Australia?

He said that if he believed an assault weapons ban "would have prevented this from happening, I would have supported it".

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Trump said during a listening session Wednesday with parents and survivors of school shootings that a teacher adept at firearms "could very well end the attack very quickly". He recalled hearing about the February 14 shooting while preparing to go to an Ash Wednesday service.

Ciamacca said González's speech hit home for her AP government students - and for her.

"No more thoughts and prayers", said student leader Daniel Shepard.

Needville High School junior Maddy Lambright said she and a few friends had planned to organize a 17-minutes walkout to honor the 17 victims of the mass shooting.

"But you just told this group you were standing up for them", he said. "In the public defender's office, nobody has ever come up to me and said, 'Hey Howard, our client may be worth $800,000'".

"Every kid in this country now goes to school wondering if this day might be their last". Trump sat rapt and motionless, listening intently as raw emotions reverberated at the White House. They survived the Parkland school massacre and now a group of Florida teens - driven, empowered and united - are spearheading a #NeverAgain activist movement that hopes to pressure USA lawmakers into tightening gun laws. According to the CDC, school-age children at the time were 40 times more likely to be killed outside school than at school. "I hope after today, we get universal background checks on gun purchases". "And Mr. President, we'll fix it".

The latest data comes as President Trump, Congress, state and local officials are grappling with how to stop school shootings.

The Town Hall was the most compelling two hours of TV during the February sweeps period, though Olympic hockey fans watching the USA women's victory a few hours later understandably will dispute that. "He had the guts to be there when Governor Scott did not", Mr Nelson told a group of Democratic state senators. From the massacre at Columbine High to the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary to the massacre at Stoneman Douglas High, the only thing that significantly changed is the roster of victims. They warned politicians they'll vote out lawmakers who don't address school safety.

"We need offensive as well as defensive", he said.

Dana Fisher, a University of Maryland expert on United States social protests, notes that the student movement comes at a time of heightened political activism following Donald Trump's election, which reignited a culture of political protest starting with the historic Women's March the day after his inauguration.