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Today, students across the nation stood together in protest of ongoing gun violence in their schools and communities, making it clear that they intend to continue fighting and raising the issue in the months to come. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence praised the students taking part in the National School Walkout, noting that, in large part due to their efforts, gun safety has clearly become the top priority for the American public.
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On the eve of the April 20th National School Walkout, new polling shows that a majority of teens in America now fear a shooting will take place at their own school. Leaders at the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence expressed dismay at the findings, noting that the vast majority of teens - and their elders - support policies that would put an end to these fears.
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On February 14, my life changed forever. I was in Room 1214 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School studying Holocaust History when bullets started flying.

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Gun violence prevention advocates hailed Vermont leaders today for passing and signing common-sense legislation to make its citizens safer. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence thanked Gov. Phil Scott for signing legislation that, among other items, will expand background checks, raise age restrictions on gun purchases, and ban bump stocks.
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A federal court in Massachusetts today rejected the gun lobby's challenge to the state's assault weapon ban, ruling that AR-15 and other assault weapons "fall outside the scope of the personal right to ‘bear Arms' under the Second Amendment." The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence hailed the decision, noting that US courts have repeatedly and consistently held that assault weapon bans are in fact constitutional.
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Today in San Bruno, CA, yet another community was tragically impacted by gun violence as a shooter opened fire at the YouTube headquarters. With multiple patients received at local hospitals and new details still being reported by local authorities, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence expressed pain and anger over another shooting.

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