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March to the Midterms

Before you show up at the polls for the midterm elections arm yourself with knowledge and familiarize yourself with Brady's Three-Point Plan.

"A Year Like No Other"

NRA promotes extremist agenda through fear and fanaticism

As the NRA begins its 2018 convention, a new report from the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence details what the NRA has done in the last year, juxtaposed against shockingly frequent shooting incidents. As the report shows, the NRA's extremism, knee-jerk opposition to life-saving gun reforms, and newly-revealed Russian connections are costing it clout and credibility after an agonizing year of deadly shooting rampages.

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People protesting at the March for Our Lives

The March Was Just the Start

A new generation has made their voices heard and is saying #NeverAgain. Across the country Americans agree– we all deserve to live a life free from the fear of being shot. The solutions to end this epidemic are in our hands and policy makers must be held accountable for either advancing them, or refusing to do so. Join the movement and get the facts needed to help prevent gun violence.

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A great reminder of where stands on preventing gun violence -> https://t.co/VQOOsZr8cn
The shooting in Santa Fe was the first school shooting since Parkland to be covered by national media, but it certa… https://t.co/VnjQunv8FM
Majority of school shooters use weapons found in the home of a parent or relative. Responsible gun ownership includ… https://t.co/YXrHUdGtM4
As seniors at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas started off their last day of classes, news about the Santa Fe shooting spr… https://t.co/KWdReZgUvb
The Friday shooting in Texas highlighted a scary reality- many students are no longer surprised when school shootin… https://t.co/MeAnJMczc5
Hard to take seriously when he calls for discussion about preventing gun violence while simultaneously… https://t.co/nLPPGUqsMX
On Friday night, as the country was still in shock from the shooting in Santa Fe, TX, another shooting took place.… https://t.co/SVckdvdvkr
RT : Former Homeland Security official: Santa Fe High School had two armed police officers who'd trained extensively in… https://t.co/TSKSztouh4
RT : In response to yesterday's mass shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott said he'll have roundta… https://t.co/yZDZ21C7z2
TX Senator says we need to be doing everything humanly possible to stop mass shootings and stop dangerous… https://t.co/UmcvTaESnz

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On February 14, my life changed forever. I was in Room 1214 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School studying Holocaust History when bullets started flying.

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Thirty-seven years ago White House Press Secretary Jim Brady was shot in the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. Jim lived with constant pain and physical challenges for 33 years before that bullet to his head ultimately took his life in 2014.

Brady Campaign News

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This morning, yet another community was terrorized by a school shooting, with local reports stating that multiple students at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, TX were killed. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence expressed sorrow and anger over the shooting and called for Congress to finally take action on legislation to combat gun violence.
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Corporate America has stepped up to the plate and is directly addressing America's gun violence epidemic. Today, the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence released a new report, "The Private Sector's Role in Reducing the Gun Violence Epidemic in America" outlining what companies have done so far and identifying specific actions that various types of businesses can take to keep guns out of dangerous hands.

Our Goal is to Cut Gun Deaths in Half by 2025

Here's How:

Holding elected officials accountable, making this the safer nation we all want

Of the 35,000 people who die from gun violence in this country each year, how many could be saved?