A gun control group and a pro gun group camped out within feet of one another in Esther Short Park Tuesday.
While the two groups appear to be on opposite sides of the gun debate, they both agree it’s important for parents to talk about whether there is a gun in their home or not.
The Vancouver chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence gathered in the park with parents and political leaders to kick off a new campaign Tuesday.
The group is urging parents to talk with other parents about whether they keep guns in their homes. The campaign wants to raise awareness about guns in the homes as kids begin to play this summer.