Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
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  • 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.

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AR senate voted to exempt college sporting events from law allowing concealed guns on college campuses.--> https://t.co/QAZrgTTlVN
RT : The AHCA is dead...for now. A reminder that there is no fear or anxiety or sadness you feel that cannot be cured by political action.
Ethiopian restaurant owner shot and killed in Tennessee in what police are calling an assassination --> https://t.co/qIARYAGI8l
RT : announces more vetoes after reaching all-time record for Va governors. He's rejected 5 pieces of legisl… https://t.co/VxYYKTLmD7
CO lawmakers considering measure that would allow school employees to carry concealed guns --> https://t.co/m4Exogo1z3
Gorsuch defender tells mom of Aurora shooting victim that Gorsuch is the type of judge she would want on the bench -https://t.co/5E1jSJ2wef
6 men are charged in a trafficking ring that allegedly brought guns from South Carolina up the iron pipeline to NY… https://t.co/g0kMnTrWaY
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison specifically said they didn't want guns on the college campus they helped open. --https://t.co/iHgK78BLOj
Why do we need ? How about the numerous "accidental" shootings that happen each year. -->… https://t.co/LXrkXecAgV
RT : Another Iron Pipeline arrest: 6 people accused of smuggling 105 guns from S.C. to NYC on private buses.… https://t.co/eZPt7P4ipa

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Imagine doctors weren't allowed to tell patients smoking may cause cancer, kids should wear bike helmets, or medications should be stored out of reach of children. Imagine if a doctor could lose her medical license for doing her job. That was the law in Florida for guns

Brady Campaign News

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The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence announced the four questions about gun violence Judge Neil Gorsuch must be able to answer during his confirmation process for the post of U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
In the news
Later today, the House will vote on a bill that would allow at-risk former military service members who are currently prohibited from buying guns because they are deemed "mentally incompetent" by the Department of Veterans Affairs to once again buy and possess guns.