High school students in Colorado went out of class on Wednesday to support gun rights – almost a month after attending school in Parkland, Florida.
Dozens of teenagers from Woodland Park High School chanted and waved flags, saying they wanted their voices to be heard as well.
"Today, we're taking back what we were legally and constitutionally granted," said one of the organizers of the rally, KOAA said  School administrators said additional security was in place to curb the rally – something the school did not support ,
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The school district said that students would have consequences if they stayed outside the past the end of free time, which lasted about half an hour
The demonstration attracted dozens of students and some parents who said they wanted to support their children.
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arms dealer Michael Podemski said he was proud of his son, who participated in the demonstration.
"Today, we humans are so willing to throw away their rights," Podemski told KOAA.
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Even student speakers voiced their opinion, including one who said he believes current gun laws are appropriate and
"We believe it in the end, it will only reduce school shootings instead of banning all weapons. "
Students from 3,000 schools across the country attended the mass walko ut on March 14.
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