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Starbucks today announced they are asking customers to leave their guns behind when customers visit their establishments. We are glad Starbucks is starting to take this issue seriously and are listening to the voice of their customers and the voice of the American people.

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Washington, DC – On September 11, hours after the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence announced that it was prepared to file suit in federal court against Missouri’s HB 436 if it was enacted, the Missouri Senate failed to override Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of the legislation. HB 436 would have criminalized enforcement of federal gun laws, declared them null and void within the state, and criminalized the publication of names of firearms owners.
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The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence today announced that it is prepared to file suit in federal court against Missouri’s law that criminalizes enforcement of federal gun regulations and declares them null and void within the state. The state legislature will hold votes today to override Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of the legislation, HB 436.

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The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence and the City of Nelson, Georgia have agreed to settle the Brady Center’s lawsuit against the City’s mandatory gun ownership ordinance. Under the settlement, the City will amend the ordinance to make clear that the Constitution protects the individual right to maintain a gun-free home.

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Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence released the following statement on the veto of important gun safety measures by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: "The Governor had a tremendous opportunity to regulate high powered weapons and to improve the firearm permitting system but vetoed these bills and other important measures, ignoring the overwhelming voice and safety of the people of New Jersey.

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