In his public safety address tonight, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Brady's campaign against 'bad apple' gun dealers, calling on politicians and citizens to rally around proposed legislation to hold accountable gun dealers that flood Illinois' streets with guns.
The NRA released a campaign ad designed to scare the American public, claiming a Hillary Clinton presidency would make Americans less safe and promoting the myth that having a gun in the home makes Americans safer, but the facts don't match their narrative.
The Brady Campaign released today its 2016 Congressional Lapdog Scorecard, rating members of Congress based on how much money they've accepted from the corporate gun lobby and how they've voted on common-sense gun legislation.
On September 20, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear arguments in two cases seeking to strike down Washington, D.C.'s law barring dangerous people from carrying loaded guns in public.
After a one-on-one meeting with Brady Campaign President Dan Gross, Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) officially filed to cosponsor H.R. 1217.
When city council members in Palm Springs took action to reduce gun deaths in their city, the gun lobby got scared.
As Congress returns from more than fifty days of summer vacation, the Brady Campaign will be waiting to remind politicians of the 4,500 Americans shot and killed in their absence.
Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence issued the following statement applauding Senate Democrats after a conference call with media on Thursday.
NSSF misses the mark in an effort to reduce gun-related suicides when it comes to recognizing the risk factors that go along with keeping a gun in the home.
Jonathan Lowy, Director of the Brady Center's Legal Action Project, was recently selected as one of the 500 leading lawyers in America by Lawdragon Magazine.