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  • Wear Orange - June 2nd - National Gun Violence Awareness Day

    #WearOrange

    Show the world you've had #ENOUGH of gun violence by wearing orange on June 2nd to promote National Gun Violence Day.

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    Armed with Facts

    Check out myths used by the corporate gun industry, and learn how to combat them with facts.

  • Brady Center Bear Awards

    Please join co-chairs Dede Gardner, Adam McKay, and Kristen Stewart in honoring:

    Chelsea Handler & Hogan Lovells US LLP

    Cocktails, Dinner & Auction
    Wednesday, June 7, 2017
    Los Angeles

  • Landmark Decision

    A federal appeals court struck down an NRA-backed Florida law that prevented doctors from talking to their patients about the risks of guns.

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Change Starts Here

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

Latest Stories

  • Attorneys representing Janet Delana of Lafayette County, MO, announced a $2.2 million settlement in their precedent-setting case against a Missouri gun dealer that, despite warning from Janet, sold a gun to her severely mentally ill daughter. The daughter then used the gun to shoot and kill Janet's husband, Tex Delana.

  • On Monday, May 16, 2016, more than 2,200 Brady supporters flooded Senator Chuck Schumer’s office with calls asking him to keep his promise to introduce a universal background check bill. Within hours Sen. Schumer, a long-time gun safety advocate and sponsor of the original Brady Bill, announced he would introduce Brady Bill 2.0 – a bill to expand background checks to every gun sale in America. Here’s a timeline of how Brady achieved this incredible progress.
     

  • It’s really not possible to overstate the importance of this victory in Washington State. Voters in the Evergreen State overwhelmingly passed Initiative 594 to expand background checks to all gun sales, including online and at gun shows. With a decisive 60 percent of voters supporting I-594, it turns out that it’s a lot harder for the corporate gun lobby to bully voters than it is to bully politicians.

Updates from Brady

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The top 3 challenges of the NICS background checks system that Trump’s new FBI director needs to take on–… https://t.co/bKfj7wVWfE
A Wisconsin bar shooting involving one police officer left one person dead and 2 others wounded. -> https://t.co/ObBeBphhcU
or that guns have become part of what people see as "American culture" & therefor encouragement to buy guns
Saying they were intrigued by US gun culture, 8 Chinese students fraudulently obtained hunting licenses to buy guns– https://t.co/F19661zWIm
Saying they were intrigued by US gun culture, 8 Chinese students fraudulently obtained hunting licenses to buy guns– https://t.co/Gv8Pl96FwC
Get your orange gear NOW before it's too late! --> https://t.co/M3Kte9UEnq https://t.co/asY8Aelyzf
Zaan was making a quick stop on his way home when he was shot & paralyzed. Now the 25yr old has passed away.… https://t.co/yzQ3invA9t
Michigan bills would make it easier to carry concealed guns without permits or training. https://t.co/7dhtmCK61n https://t.co/LTFvN8I6Db
Background checks work! CT man denied gun permit arrested & tells police he was planning mass shooting. -> https://t.co/6bKMLr9zOw
Lawsuit takes aim at California law banning high capacity gun magazines. –> https://t.co/7wKnpeUGQH

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The shooter approached and put his gun to my head, demanding my purse. Lying under that truck, I gave him the purse, opened my eyes, and said, "Please don't do this."

Brady Campaign News

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ISIS' premier propaganda magazine is now encouraging recruits to arm up in America by taking advantage of the nation's lax gun laws. Reporting has confirmed, again again, that Islamic State leaders are specifically encouraging terrorists to take advantage of Congress' failure to expand Brady background checks to all gun sales.