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For Immediate Release - July 3, 2013 - Contact: media [at] bradynetwork [dot] org

Washington, DC – The following statement was released today by Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence:
"We commend Illinois Governor Pat Quinn for his decision to amend concealed carry legislation that recently passed the Illinois legislature."

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For Immediate Release
June 10, 2013
Contact: media [at] bradynetwork [dot] org

(Washington, DC) --- Today, The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence welcome Will Villota as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). As CMO, Villota will oversee marketing, communications and media relations for the Brady Campaign and Brady Center.

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For Immediate Release, June 8, 2013

Washington, DC – The following statement was released today by Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence on the shooting at Santa Monica College: “Right now our thoughts and prayers are with the community of Santa Monica and Santa Monica College. The heartbreaking sight of people fleeing from gunfire on our streets and in our schools is becoming an all too familiar scene. The American public has made it clear that we deserve better than this."

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Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
For Immediate Release
May 29, 2013
Contact: Media [at] BradyNetwork [dot] org

(Washington, DC)—The Brady Campaign and its twenty-five California Chapters today applauds the actions taken by the California State Senate, and for showing true leadership in passing reform to their state gun laws...

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Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
For Immediate Release
May 21, 2013
Contact: Media [at] BradyNetwork [dot] org
(Washington, DC)-- After years of countless delays, the cutting-edge ‘Microstamping’ law in California has recently gone into effect. The law requires all new semi-automatic handguns to come equipped with technology that stamps each bullet casing with intentional markings that indicate the make, model and serial number of the firearm...

Brady's Solutions

A key part of reducing gun violence includes changing how we think about the guns in our communities and in our homes. There are over 300 million guns in America. Most are owned by law-abiding citizens without harmful or dangerous intent, yet they result in more than two-thirds of all gun deaths. Too often these tragedies occur because guns are purchased or owned without giving proper weight to the risks of bringing guns into the home and unsafe access to those guns.

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Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
For Immediate Release
May 16, 2013
Contact: Media [at] BradyNetwork [dot] org
WASHINGTON, DC – The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a lawsuit today against the City of Nelson, Georgia, alleging that its ordinance requiring residents to own an operable firearm and ammunition is unconstitutional...

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