In America, when one out of three homes with children has a gun we cannot stress the importance of ASKing enough! http://t.co/cuEnUXl2iG
Florida's ruling to prevent doctors from asking about guns in the home is a HUGE step backwards for public safety! http://t.co/8BW4Rr0C5T
“This is common sense legislation.” YES IT IS! #ProtectAllWomen
RT @CSGV: Dr. Joyce Malcolm now speaking. She teaches at @georgemasonlaw, which receives a $1 million endowment from #NRA. #protectallwomen
RT @sfclem: Joyce Malcolm, who's paid $1M by the @NRA, just implied that women pretend to be frightened to deny men firearms. #misogyny #Pr
RT @agerney: These gun owners oppose NRA efforts to allow stalkers & abusers to keep their guns http://t.co/i98pA4sGny via @MotherJones #pr
“As a gun owner I don’t want a gun to get in the hands of a criminal or abuser because it makes the rest of us look bad.” #ProtectAllWomen
RT @CSGV: Justice McCaffery now apparently arguing we shouldn't intervene & disarm domestic abusers b/c our jails are too full. #protectall
RT @nnedv: Uniform national standard would help to reduce abusers' access to gun - Senator @SenBlumenthal #protectallwomen

2013 State Scorecard

State gun laws fill enormous gaps that exist in our nation’s federal laws, and help to reduce gun violence and keep citizens safe. In part because these laws help to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people and aid law enforcement in solving gun crimes, many of the states with the strongest gun laws also have the lowest gun death rates.

Because state laws differ widely, the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence have teamed up to evaluate and compare the laws of all fifty states. Together, we have ranked all fifty states based on thirty policy approaches to regulating guns and ammunition, such as: background checks on gun sales; reporting lost or stolen firearms; and prohibiting dangerous people from purchasing weapons.

Read the full press release