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Ronald Turk, chief operating officer for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), recently wrote a white paper calling for relaxed safety regulations and reduced enforcement of irresponsible 'bad apple' gun dealers
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Brady Campaign president Dan Gross issued the following statement after White House aide Kellyanne Conway became the first to break news of the maybe it did, maybe it didn't happen massacre in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Spoiler alert - it didn't happen.
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The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has sent President Donald Trump a draft executive order to prevent gun violence in America. The straightforward policies outlined in the order would have a huge and equally immediate impact on the country's gun violence epidemic that claims 93 lives every day.
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The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is proud to announce the hiring of Kristin Brown as the organization's new Chief Strategy Officer. In her new role, Brown will oversee strategic planning and management of Brady's three campaigns to keep guns out of dangerous hands and cut gun deaths in half by 2025.
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More Americans have already been shot and killed in this country today, January 30, than have died at the hands of foreign terrorists on US soil in the past fifteen years. But instead of taking executive action to actually stop the violence and make America safer, Donald Trump is targeting Muslim immigrants and refugees, and building a wall between the US and Mexico.
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A television ad out from the National Rifle Association defends attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions, making hollow promises that he'll be good news for America's cops. Problem is, the corporate gun lobby's priorities are getting officers shot and killed at an alarming rate.
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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that a record number of guns were discovered in carry on luggage at the nation's airports last year. The agency caught firearms on passengers trying to board planes at a rate of about nine guns every day. Nearly every one was loaded.

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