With less than a week until the second presidential debate, the number one question on Americans' minds is what each candidate will do to keep guns out of dangerous hands. For the upcoming debate on October 9, moderators have agreed to consider questions submitted online. The number one ranking question, by more than 12,000 votes, is 'Would you support requiring criminal background checks for all gun sales?'
As Domestic Violence Awareness Month begins, the Brady Campaign is calling on vice-presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence to address the role guns play in domestic violence during Tuesday night's debate.
Just hours after two of the nation's latest mass shootings, one in Washington state over the weekend and one in Houston this morning, the Brady Campaign is calling on debate moderator Lester Holt to ask each candidate for their solutions to America's epidemic of gun violence during tonight's first presidential debate.
Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, issued the following statement on Friday night's (09/23/2016) mass shooting at a Washington shopping mall.
In his public safety address tonight, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Brady's campaign against 'bad apple' gun dealers, calling on politicians and citizens to rally around proposed legislation to hold accountable gun dealers that flood Illinois' streets with guns.
The NRA released a campaign ad designed to scare the American public, claiming a Hillary Clinton presidency would make Americans less safe and promoting the myth that having a gun in the home makes Americans safer, but the facts don't match their narrative.
The Brady Campaign released today its 2016 Congressional Lapdog Scorecard, rating members of Congress based on how much money they've accepted from the corporate gun lobby and how they've voted on common-sense gun legislation.
On September 20, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear arguments in two cases seeking to strike down Washington, D.C.'s law barring dangerous people from carrying loaded guns in public.
After a one-on-one meeting with Brady Campaign President Dan Gross, Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) officially filed to cosponsor H.R. 1217.