“We offer our deepest sympathies to the victims and families impacted by the terrible tragedy in Elkhart, Indiana last night."
“We are very saddened to learn of the shooting death of a father and injury of a mother at a matinee movie screening in Florida yesterday. We offer our deepest sympathies to the victims and families impacted by these terrible tragedies."
“For the past 18 years the gun violence issue has had no greater champion in Congress than Rep. Carolyn McCarthy. Over that time she has fought tirelessly and courageously on behalf of her constituents and the American people to make this the safer nation we all want and deserve."
“We are pleased to see the Obama Administration’s continued leadership on the issue of gun violence prevention, especially their ongoing commitment to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people."
"This merger is another, powerful sign of our momentum as a movement which, to succeed, is going to require voices from all walks of life and all corners of society coming together in the name of making this the better, safer nation we all want."
“This weekend, as we mourn with the rest of the nation the tragedy that took place one year ago in Newtown, Connecticut, we are shocked and saddened to learn of yet another community impacted by a school shooting."
The suit alleges that KS&E Sports of Indianapolis, IN knowingly or negligently transferred a handgun through a straw purchase to convicted felon Demetrius Martin, who used it two months later to shoot Officer Dwayne Runnels of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
The “2013 State Scorecard: Why Gun Laws Matter,” released today ranks all fifty states based on thirty policy approaches to regulating guns and ammunition, such as background checks on gun sales, reporting lost or stolen firearms, and prohibiting dangerous people from purchasing weapons.
Today the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the Undetectable Firearms Act, set to expire at midnight December 9, 2013. The U.S. Senate is expected to take up the legislation when they return next week.
This Saturday, Nov. 30th will mark the twentieth anniversary of President Clinton signing the “Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act,” the law that requires gun purchases from licensed gun dealers to go through a background check.