The shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas was the 22nd school shooting in 2018. Ten students and teachers were killed. More people have been killed in school shootings so far this year than have been killed serving in the U.S. military. It’s clearer than ever that we need more than “thoughts and prayers” […]
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MoveOn Gun Owners Appear Beside President Obama at White House As He Announces Executive Actions to Curb Gun Violence
Joining the president in the East Room today are gun owners and survivors representing the millions of responsible gun owners nationwide. WASHINGTON, DC – Members of Gun Owners for Gun Control, a 32,000-member initiative by MoveOn.org to mobilize responsible gun owners in the fight for stronger gun safety laws, are joining President Obama at the White […]
Update: As of Nov. 14, more than 32,000 gun-owning MoveOn members have joined the effort. MoveOn: “The voices of responsible gun owners need to be heard to help challenge the myth that the NRA speaks for them.” More than 21,151 members of MoveOn.org who are also gun-owning citizens launched an effort this week to push for common-sense […]
There are some people who say that “guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” Those people would be wrong.
Here are examples of the sponsored Facebook posts, promoted tweets, and pre-roll video MoveOn.org Civic Action members have pitched in to run to ensure that lawmakers and their staffs hear the powerful voice of Richard Martinez, the parent of a victim of the shooting at UCSB:
Huge news: Yesterday, Michael Bloomberg announced that he’ll spend $50 million this year on political campaigning for gun reform. That’s more than the NRA will spend on campaigning against it.
Eight kids and teens die from gunshot wounds every day, and gun-related deaths have been increasing in the U.S. since 2000. It’s time to make this stop.
A Powerful Question From The Daughter Of Sandy Hook’s Slain Principal To A Senator Who Failed Us All
We’re still waiting for an acceptable answer, Senator Ayotte.
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