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Lets all be Home Safe this holiday season

The holidays are a time to be with the ones we love, catching up on each others lives and celebrating what's most important to all of us -- family and togetherness. This year, Brady has put a campaign in place to help ensure everyone makes it "Home Safe for the Holidays." So please make your tax-deductible end of year gift now and help us fight against gun violence this holiday season.

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Tomorrow at 2 PM join the San Fran Brady chapter at the Interfaith Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence, honoring the…
Meeting with to talk about ways to support victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
Preventing gun violence is a bi-partisan issue. We’ll continue talking to members of Congress to find solutions.
Talking with & about ways to bring on additional bi-partisan support for expanding Brady back…
Meeting with to try and find some common ground on preventing gun violence.
With Vegas survivors meeting with to talk about solutions to gun violence.
Today we are again on Capitol Hill with survivors to address the need for action to prevent gun violence.
Brady participates in a powerful press conference as victims of gun violence ask congress to
Inspired by all of the courage, heart and dedication in this room. We come together to honor all those lost to gun…
The U.S. House of Representatives passed NRA-backed legislation making it easier for felons, domestic abusers, and…

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I’ve been called many things during my 46 successful trips around the sun. Eagle Scout. United States Marine Corps officer. Combat veteran of the wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. And military-grade weapons?  The only place for those is on battlefields.

Gun violence in the workplace is all too common in our country. Indeed, there were 354 gun homicides at American workplaces in 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. That's about seven gun homicides in the workplace per week. We know that you want Amazon employees to be safe from gun violence. Brady urges you to consider the strength of local and state gun laws as you choose a location for your second corporate headquarters.

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Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee voted to send a dangerous bill on guns, known as concealed carry reciprocity, to the House floor, where it could be voted on at any time. The Committee's vote was on party lines. In finalizing the bill, the Committee rejected proposed amendments which included measures to establish a minimum age to carry concealed guns, protect state laws that prohibit carrying concealed guns in bars, and require background checks for all gun sales.

Our Goal is to Cut Gun Deaths in Half by 2025

Here's How:

Holding elected officials accountable, making this the safer nation we all want

Of the 33,000 people who die from gun violence in this country each year, how many could be saved?