Courtney Daily, of Bloomington Moms Demand Action, holds her son Liam, 3, while watching Allie Wineland, the vigil's organizer, reads the names of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas a week ago, at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind., Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Late Sunday night, when exactly a week has passed since the shooting, casino marquees and other lights on the Las Vegas Strip will go dark for about 10 minutes to pay tribute to the victims who spent that much time under fire.
Courtney Daily, of Bloomington Moms Demand Action, holds her son Liam, 3, while watching Allie Wineland, the vigil's organizer, reads the names of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas a week ago, at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind., Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Late Sunday night, when exactly a week has passed since the shooting, casino marquees and other lights on the Las Vegas Strip will go dark for about 10 minutes to pay tribute to the victims who spent that much time under fire. The Herald-Times via AP Alex McIntyre
Courtney Daily, of Bloomington Moms Demand Action, holds her son Liam, 3, while watching Allie Wineland, the vigil's organizer, reads the names of those killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas a week ago, at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind., Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Late Sunday night, when exactly a week has passed since the shooting, casino marquees and other lights on the Las Vegas Strip will go dark for about 10 minutes to pay tribute to the victims who spent that much time under fire. The Herald-Times via AP Alex McIntyre

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