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Ashley Cech, of Everytown for Gun Safety, consoles Diane Hellgren, 60, who lost her daughter, Angela Frankenberry, 31, to suicide on July 6, 2011. Frankenberry had a history of depression and purchased a gun to commit suicide on the 26th anniversary of her father's suicide. Andy Parker, made his first visit to Washington, D.C. since his daughter, WDBJ_TV reporter was shot and killed on live television near Roanoke, VA last week. The rally, organized by Everytown for Gun Safety, brought Parker together with Virginia Senators, Mark Warner, Tim Kaine and Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe near the United States Capitol, on Thursday, September 10, 2015. John Boal/for The New York Daily News

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Ashley Cech, of Everytown for Gun Safety, consoles Diane Hellgren, 60, who lost her daughter, Angela Frankenberry, 31, to suicide on July 6, 2011.  Frankenberry had a history of depression and purchased a gun to commit suicide on the 26th anniversary of her father's suicide.  Andy Parker, made his first visit to Washington, D.C. since his daughter, WDBJ_TV reporter was shot and killed on live television near Roanoke, VA last week.  The rally, organized by Everytown for Gun Safety, brought Parker together with Virginia Senators, Mark Warner, Tim Kaine and Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe near the United States Capitol, on Thursday, September 10, 2015.  John Boal/for The New York Daily News