Brady Campaign Statement on One Year after Newtown, Colorado School Shooting | Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Brady Campaign Statement on One Year after Newtown, Colorado School Shooting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE • December 14, 2013 • Contact: media [at] bradynetwork [dot] org

The following statement was released today by Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence:

Washington, DC –“This weekend, as we mourn with the rest of the nation the tragedy that took place one year ago in Newtown, Connecticut, we are shocked and saddened to learn of yet another community impacted by a school shooting.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the students and families impacted by yesterday's terrible tragedy in Centennial, Colorado, and with every one of the 90 families that lose loved ones in our nation every day to gun violence. We will continue to fight for the solutions we know exist to make this the safer nation we all want and deserve, on behalf of every victim and every American who knows that, when it comes to protecting our children, we can do better than this.”

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Dan Gross is the President of the Brady Campaign and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

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