Rep. Luis Gutierrez meeting with gun victims: Chicago’s “Slow-Motion Massacre”

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Rep. Gutierrez Meeting With Pastors,

Gun-Violence Victims and Families

Monday To Plan Responses to

Chicago’s “Slow-Motion Massacre”

Washington, DC – Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL), who sits on the Judiciary Committee’s Crime Subcommittee, will meet with gun-violence victims and their families and with pastors and other leaders on Monday and will hold a media availability immediately afterwards. The goal is to discuss what many are calling the “slow-motion massacre” taking place in Chicago and to solicit input on legislation the Congressman is developing to prevent handgun violence.

WHERE: La Capilla Del Barrio/The Neighborhood Chapel, 3058 W. Armitage

WHEN: Monday, February 11, 2013

WHAT: Meeting with Pastors, Victims and Families (closed to media): 10:00 am CT

Media availability: 11:30 am CT

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