By Kyle Jillson | June 27 2011 14:23

Washington, DC - After their day at NRA Headquarters, the Youth Education Summit spent the rest of their week in and around Washington, D.C. visiting the monuments and locations like The Capitol, Marine Corps Base Quantico, The American History Museum and Arlington National Cemetary.

2011 Youth Education Summit students pose for a picture on the steps of the United States Supreme Court.

On Thursday the kids got to see the Supreme Court in action as they watched four decisions handed down that morning, one of which was for the highly publicized Anna Nicole Smith trial.

2011 Youth Education Summit students are addressed by Congressman Duncan Hunter on the steps of the United States Capitol.

Later that day, on the east front steps of the United States Capitol, Congressman Duncan D. Hunter fron California's 52nd Congressional District addressed the Youth Education Summit and spoke about the importance of protecting and exercising our Second Amendment rights.

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