Does This Controversial Gun Control Campaign Go Too Far -- Or Not Far Enough?

A controversial new gun control campaign pairs senators who voted against gun control laws and gun violence victims

Nearly six months after the devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the victims' families and gun-control supporters everywhere are still working to pass stricter laws to help protect our children. 

The most recent advocate is the Brooklyn, NY design firm Guts and Glory that created the site They Don't Work for You. Here they've published a series of shocking and provocative images pairing victims of Sandy Hook and other gun-related tragedies with the senators who voted against the extended firearms background check bill a few weeks ago. The images also include contact information for each senator.

Take a look at some of the controversial images below -- do they go too far? Or not far enough? 

They Don't Work For You Gun Control Ad

 

They Don't Work For You Gun Control Ad

 

They Don't Work For You Gun Control Ad

   They Don't Work For You Gun Control Ad

 

They Don't Work For You Gun Control Ad

 


Read more:
Exclusive: A Connecticut Mom Shares Her Terror: "It Wasn't a Shooting Just Anywhere. It Was Our School."
These Controversial Photos Show What's Wrong With Gun Control in America

 

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