The Tennessee House has expelled two democratic members after they stood with protestors fighting for gun reform. ABC News reports: 

Two Democratic lawmakers have been ousted from the Republican-controlled Tennessee state House of Representatives and one was allowed to stay in what marks the first partisan expulsion in the state’s modern history. 

The three lawmakers — State Reps. Justin Jones and Justin J. Pearson, who were expelled, and Rep. Gloria Johnson — faced separate expulsion hearings Thursday for allegedly violating the chamber’s rules of decorum by participating in a gun control protest at the state Capitol last week. 

At one point during the protest, the trio stood at the well of the House chambers, leading chants with a megaphone. The demonstration came in the wake of the deadly Covenant School shooting in Nashville on March 27, where a former student fatally shot three children and three adults, police have said. 

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