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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 33,000 people who die from gun violence in this country each year, how many could be saved?

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    Armed with Facts

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

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    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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Domestic situation leads to accidental shooting killing one and wounding another
Every 3 hours a parent is told their child has died from gun violence. New PSA from –>
There's no federal law requiring gun stores to take security measures against theft but a new bill would change tha…
New language in AZ’s driver’s license manual designed to keep drivers from getting shot by police. ->…
Every 3 hours a parent is told their child has died from gun violence. New PSA from –>
3 University of TX at Austin professors appealed a federal judge's dismissal of their campus carry lawsuit ->…
Brady's Legal Director Jon Lowy talks about FL taxpayers having 2 shoulder cost of state's defense of NRA backed law
Guns are used in more than half of all murders of women according to new CDC analysis ->
Wishing well. We know survivors of gunshots face a long and costly recovery.
“The NRA-owned politicians in Tallahassee, not Florida taxpayers, should be forced to pay these legal fees." ->…

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An Oregon trial court ruled that a lawsuit can proceed against a gun store and an online gun dealer for their role in selling guns used in a crime spree, in a case that is the first of its kind in Oregon. Multnomah County Circuit Judge Michael Greenlick denied the gun sellers’ motions to dismiss a case brought by the family of Kirsten Englund, who was killed in 2013 with one of the guns. The judge ruled that a federal gun industry protection law – the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act – does not prohibit the Englunds’ case. The lawsuit now proceeds to discovery.