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Gun violence prevention groups hold vigil in Palatine

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At a vigil Friday in downtown Palatine, Bill Davis of Arlington Heights reads the names of the 26 people killed in the Sandy Hook school shootings in December.

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Schaumburg resident Michelle Miller shows her emotions at Friday evening's vigil in Palatine, which marked the six-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Conn. Gun violence prevention groups from throughout the area took part.

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Stephen Young of Skokie speaks at the vigil in Palatine on Friday night.

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Christine Fenno of Oak Park, local director of a Moms Demand Action group, shows her support for gun control.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

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Gun violence prevention groups held a vigil Friday evening in downtown Palatine to commemorate the six-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shootings.
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    • At a vigil Friday in downtown Palatine, Bill Davis of Arlington Heights reads the names of the 26 people killed in the Sandy Hook school shootings in December.
    • Schaumburg resident Michelle Miller shows her emotions at Friday evening’s vigil in Palatine, which marked the six-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Conn. Gun violence prevention groups from throughout the area took part.
    • Stephen Young of Skokie speaks at the vigil in Palatine on Friday night.
    • Christine Fenno of Oak Park, local director of a Moms Demand Action group, shows her support for gun control.
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