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Once again, a community is left reeling following a fatal shooting, this time at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, MD. With four dead, including the shooter, and three injured, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence issued a statement expressing outrage at yet another mass shooting in America.
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With less than 50 days until the 2018 midterm elections, voters are preparing to take to the polls in support of candidates committed to reducing gun violence in our country. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence announced its latest round of endorsements, including, together with the organization’s Florida Executive Committee, gun violence prevention champions Andrew Gillum and Chris King for governor and lieutenant governor of Florida.
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Today, on World Suicide Prevention Day, a new report released by the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence shows that 63 people die by suicide with a gun every day. The report explores the link between suicides and guns, which communities are most impacted, and what policies could be put in place to prevent the epidemic.
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Following comments during today’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing that assault weapons are “common” because “millions and millions” of them are owned in the United States, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence firmly called on the Senate to reject the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. The organization lambasted the judge for his radically dangerous viewpoint on military-style weapons as being far outside of the mainstream and endangering Americans.
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Following today’s tragic shooting in Jacksonville, FL that left three people dead, including the shooter, and 11 others injured, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence released the following statement.
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Following reports this morning that Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is considering allowing federal funding to be used to purchase guns for teachers, leading gun safety advocates reacted in horror. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence opposed the proposal outright, calling it unprecedented and stunningly dangerous.

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