Activists nationwide to execute National Day of Action today, put pressure on Congress all week to take up a vote on expanded Brady background checks
Brady Center submitted brief urging Court to reject bid to give convicted abusers access to firearms
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence welcomes its new Chief Legal Officer, Avery Gardiner
Statement on Senator Susan Collins' proposed amendment regarding terrorist access to guns in America
Today, the Brady Center encourages parents to ask a question that could save their child’s life: Is there a gun where my child plays?
Connecticut banned certain military-style assault weapons, such as the one used in the Sandy Hook school shooting
Senate votes down amendments to disarm terrorists and expand Brady background checks to all gun sales.
More than 175 organizations and gun violence prevention groups submitted a letter to the Senate.
One year ago today, a young man who could not pass a Brady background check was able to take advantage of a legal loophole, purchase a handgun, and kill nine of Charleston's best as they worshipped in Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.