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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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Thanks to for her voice in working to prevent gun violence https://t.co/Yx4tVnPcQx
A child accidentally shoots another child in Kentucky every 7 weeks. ->… https://t.co/VqvciFyqCj
RT : In 2016, Trump's new comms director publicly clashed w/NRA board member Todd Rathner over gun access:… https://t.co/zt9V469HU8
2 shootings occurred within hours of one another on the same block in a Dover neighborhood. --> https://t.co/Uq7IM6jKTR
We agree - we need sensible, life-saving gun laws. https://t.co/Q10MpeH3Jy
RT : Trump's new comms director, is a big fan of reducing the number of guns in circulation. Per his Twitter… https://t.co/52os8KIBKu
RT : . is opposing 2 bills requiring states to recognize concealed-carry permits issued by other states --> https://t.co/YODYR5wdrs
WA gun dealers soon 2 be required to notify law enforcement when someone not legally allowed to, tries to buy a gun… https://t.co/195TBviQBM
A 4-yr-old Texas boy was killed in his sleep when someone opened fire on his home. ->… https://t.co/YL5a6T4F0V
Most of the time, guns seized by police in Baltimore are coming from someplace other than Maryland. -> https://t.co/6OqvHxxuAl

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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.