Trenton group protests West Windsor gun store in campaign to end violence

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? A group called the ?Poor People?s Campaign? held a rally at a West Windsor gun store to bring attention to violence on New Jersey streets.

About a dozen protesters from the Trenton-based organization carried signs outside Dick?s Sporting Goods Store on Saturday. Darryl Brooks, who is with the campaign, says many gang members and violent offenders in Trenton come to West Windsor to purchase ammunition.

Dick?s Sporting Goods Store says it follows the law when selling ammo by making sure the buyer is at least 21 and has identification.

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