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Our Goal is to Cut Gun Deaths in Half by 2025

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

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Most of the time, guns seized by police in Baltimore are coming from someplace other than Maryland. ->
'I miss her a lot:' Teen accused the accidental shooting death of his sister. -->
RT : A Baltimore man who once testified against the men who fatally shot his 16-month-old son was gunned down Tuesday.…
Upset AT&T trucks were parked in front of his house, FL man opens fire shooting out the trucks' tires and engine–
5 yrs after responding to the mass shooting in Aurora, officers talk about how 7/20/12 changed their lives forever–…
5yrs ago today, 12 ppl were killed & 70 injured in Aurora, CO. We can honor those affected by taking action to prev…
Stefan Moton survived the 2012 shooting in Aurora. Now he's talking about the expensive road to recovery & the…
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In the category of things we already know: Gun Violence Prevention Groups Are More Moderate Than Portrayed ->…
Since the start of 2017 through July 18, at least 150 kids under age 13 have been struck by stray bullets.

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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.