The steps of the capital were filled with people wearing orange Sunday.
It was part of a nationwide wear orange walk event.
Organized by the group Moms Demand Action, the walk around the capital hopes to promote gun safety and put and end preventable gun violence.
Tomorrow marks the three year anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting that took the lives of 20 students and 6 educators.
"As an organization we are currently working on our be smart campaign. It is a campaign to keep kids safe from gun violence," said Hannah Sharp of Moms Demand Action. "We fully understand that law abiding Idaho citizens have the right to own a gun and we want to ensure that those guns are stored safely and securely, which means storing the ammunition separately from the weapon and storing the weapon unloaded and locked to prevent children accessing the gun. "
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