Gun control subject of 'hot topic' discussion

Gun control subject of 'hot topic' discussion

 

“Gun Control” is the subject of the second in a series of Central Wyoming College “Hot Topic” discussions on Thursday, March 21 at 11:30 a.m. in the Wind River Room of the Intertribal Education and Community Center.


Sponsored by the CWC Diversity Committee, a group of Fremont County citizens discuss the pros and cons of gun control during the free forum.


A complimentary lunch of soup and salad is served at 11 a.m.


Participating in the discussion are Riverton Police Chief Mike Broadhead, deputy Fremont County attorney Ember Oakley, Lander activist Donn Kesselheim, who was the national president of the Alternatives to Violence Project, CWC speech and debate students Garret VonKrosigk and Mason Webb, and former Riverton mayor and attorney John Vincent.


CWC Forensics Director Josh House is the moderator of the panel. There will be time for questions following the discussion. The public is encouraged to attend.

 


 

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