CLEVELAND, Ohio — Greater Cleveland Congregations says it has a plan to stamp out rampant gun violence in the city. The interfaith coalition — known for their education advocacy and work to expand Medicaid in Ohio — will unveil their two-prong plan Thursday night during a call to action at the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church.
“We have a gun crisis in our community,” said Rabbi Joshua Caruso, GCC co-chair. “This is not an urban crisis, or a suburban one; or Christian or Jewish or Muslim crisis. Illegal guns are too easy to obtain and proliferate on our streets, among criminals and our children.”
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