The Senators are bringing in the experts.
A Cincinnati-area Girl Scout troop is on a mission to make its voices heard.
Girls from Sherwood Elementary are leaving Thursday morning for Washington D.C.
When they get there, they'll be meeting with Ohio senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman to talk gun control.
They say they do drills at school to prepare for intruders and active shooters.
"We don't think we should have to worry about that. We should have to worry about the math test tomorrow," Mary Ganim said.
They've raised a lot of money to make this trip happen and they have a question ready for Portman.
"We're going to ask him why he voted the way he did. And we are going to talk to him about having tougher background checks and raising the age from 18 to 21," Claire Wagner said.
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