BID on your chance to meet Megan Mullally backstage after a Broadway performance! #BidForBrady http://t.co/nFkwZ8R7wO
Wow. Interesting piece on how lax gun laws and bad-apple gun dealers are helping fuel violence in Latin America. http://t.co/j0pbsA6WSG
Great editorial on the importance of including suicide in the conversations about gun safety. http://t.co/ZJCBzfBpUN
We're happy to see California step up and make new handguns sold in the state safer! http://t.co/VB0RRx2SN1
Another tragic weekend in Chicago, that once again illustrates the need for commonsense regulations across the board. http://t.co/lvR2Cq6D7x
Join Sandy and Lonnie as they say #NotOneMore! Text Not One More to 877-877! http://t.co/HpBdqe7DmR
It is disgusting that the corporate gun lobby thinks keeping guns out of the hands of domestic abusers is a bad thing http://t.co/uRLUU2sRSC
We are honored to work with @MamaRedfield and @PapaRedfield every day. They are inspirations to us all. http://t.co/5lFW7lIbeE
Great look at gun violence in the US from @RawStory --Can anything slow down America’s epidemic of gun violence? http://t.co/gL7xkGdlx3
Us too! RT @CSGV: .@bradybuzz: We look forward to the day where #Congress does the right thing and protects its citizens

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