“It’s time to hold adults accountable for responsible firearm storage – or we will continue to read news reports of children’s lives being devastated by gun violence.” #ItsNoAccident
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“Currently, 85% of Americans – including large majorities of Democrats (88%) and Republicans (79%) – favor expanded background checks.”
We deserve to hear from the presidential candidates on how they plan to address this gun safety concern.
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"On May 21, a two-year old in Redfield, Arkansas shot to death his five-year-old brother, Benjamin Schrader, using a gun he found in his house. It's well past time to make sure that guns stay in the hands of their owners and not children. Dalis, Benjamin, and thousands of others deserve that from us."
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“I know family members of victims from nearly every mass shooting in recent history and those whose children have been gunned down in their own neighborhoods. I have hugged them and cried with them. We find solace in each other's company. These are my people now."
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“We protect our kids in so many ways; why not from guns?”
Read and share Nicole Hockley's moving piece in Politico about what her son Dylan's death taught her: http://politi.co/1J3IYZf
Safe storage saves lives. The negligent adult who left a loaded, unsecured gun easily accessible to children was responsible for the death of this poor 3 year old child. Read more about this terrible tragedy here: http://ti.me/1M7IMcg
Eight people, including 6 children, were shot in their home over the weekend in Houston, Texas.
A suspect, alleged to have had a relationship with the mother of all the children, has been taken into custody. He had a violent criminal history, including at least 2 assaults on women and a current warrant out for his arrest.
We send our love and prayers to the family and friends of the two adults and 6 young children lost in this tragedy.
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“It’s too late to save Alex. It’s too late to save Mayci and Jillian or the worshippers at Emanual AME Church or the servicemen in Chattanooga. But it’s not too late to save your own child.”
The father of an Aurora Theater shooting victim pens a heart wrenching letter and calls for an end to the carnage that gun violence inflicts upon our society. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1hbudZT