5 killed and 7 injured in Orlando workplace shooting. "The president indicated over the weekend he wants to have a gun debate, so name the time and place."
Pulse shooting survivors and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence are calling on news outlets to stop sharing recently released videos from the body cameras of police officers responding to the mass shooting that killed 49 people and wounded many more. Many outlets have published the graphic footage since it was released yesterday
SACRAMETNO, Calif. May 30, 2017 – Today, the California Senate passed SB 497 by Senator Anthony Portantino (D, La Canada Flintridge) to limit the number of new rifles and shotguns an individual can purchase in California to one long gun per month.
Brady Campaign president Dan Gross issued the following statement after Texas governor Greg Abbott joked about shooting reporters
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. May 10, 2017 – Longtime Orange County residents and leaders of the O.C. Brady Campaign chapter, Mary Leigh & Charlie Blek, were awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2017 Gun Violence Prevention Summit in Washington, D.C. by president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Dan Gross, last Thursday.
ISIS' premier propaganda magazine is now encouraging recruits to arm up in America by taking advantage of the nation's lax gun laws. Reporting has confirmed, again again, that Islamic State leaders are specifically encouraging terrorists to take advantage of Congress' failure to expand Brady background checks to all gun sales.
Brady Campaign president Dan Gross issued the following statement applauding the Trump Administration for coming out in support of expanding Brady background checks. President Trump's FBI director confirmed support for the policy yesterday on Capitol Hill, as two of the nation's largest gun violence prevention organizations kicked off a joint policy summit.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. May 4, 2017 – Today with bipartisan support, the California Assembly passed The Disarm Hate Act, to keep guns out of the hands of people convicted of hate crimes.
Donald Trump will close out his first 100 days the way he started them, literally living his own broken promise to abolish all "gun free" zones on the first day of his presidency while he speaks in one. His first day was spent addressing the nation from a "gun free" zone. Today, on his 99th day, he'll talk to the National Rifle Association in Atlanta in a venue his team has once again mandated be free of guns.
The story of the eighteen years since Columbine is, in part, a coming of age story. Any American kid born that year would be turning eighteen in 2017. That's an entire childhood, a generation.