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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
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If Trump wants to save American lives, then he should push Congress to finish the job, by passing expand background checks to cover all gun sales.
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So many of us found common ground recently at the Women's March. Now that the march is over we don’t have to go looking for common ground, we know where it is, gun violence prevention.

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Voting officials reportedly fear a clash between gun-wielding poll-watchers and voters this election day. Although the right to vote is sacrosanct, the potential interplay between voting rights and gun rights will test the country's commitment to fostering democracy.
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Congress overrode President Obama's veto raising the question -- why do some members of Congress think victims of terrorism should have access to the court system, but victims of gun violence should not.
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A look back on Brady's Chief Legal Officer's first 100 days on the job.

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A timeline of the events leading up to the May 16, 2016 introduction of Brady Bill 2.0 -- S. 2934 -- by New York Senator Chuck Schumer.

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