"To claim, 'Oh, well, you should see the signs and tell law enforcement,' to me is disingenuous unless there is something law enforcement can do," said Avery Gardiner, the co-president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
Police chiefs across the country are opposing CCR legislation, which Donald Trump supports. Kris Brown, co-president of Brady chimed in on this dangerous bill - "We already have an epidemic of gun violence in America, and adding more concealed weapons in more sensitive places, like subways, hospitals, airports, restaurants and schools creates a nationwide public safety disaster."
"The background check system has blocked over three million illegal attempts to buy guns. But a database is only as good as the data in it," said Avery W. Gardiner, co-president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
"Government regulations can be cumbersome, but how does it make any sense to deny relevant information to people who are… enforcing the law that helps keep guns out of the wrong hands?" said Avery Gardiner, co-president of the Washington advocacy group Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
"Christine Caria,...president of the local Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence told the crowd, that gun violence is a women's issue [and] ...women are 11 times more likely to die from guns because of domestic violence. ‘Nevadans are going to vote with these things in mind," she said, "because it happened in our backyard.'"
"Where is the outrage? Where is the affirmation that our children are precious and that their lives should be protected and valued more than profits of the gun industry?" - Loren Lieb, San Fernando Valley Brady Chapter Leader
Brady Co-President Avery Gardiner said some of the gun industry's advertising is encouraging people to buy multiple guns and carry them everywhere they go... "That is actually the real fear-buying that we should be talking about," she said. "Because that's trying to create a culture of fear and convince people that they can protect themselves by buying another gun. And that is troubling."
"This week, being the anniversary of Laura's death, was an emotional week. It felt a little bit difficult, but nothing's difficult compared to what I went through 17 years ago losing Laura," said Amanda Wilcox.