He never should have passed a background check.
Connecticut Democratic Senator Chris Murphy gave an impassioned response after another deadly mass shooting took place Sunday. At least 26 parishioners died and 20 more continue to fight to survive injuries sustained when a gunman opened fire during services at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. The senator, who represents the community where … Continued
Class action lawsuit seeks damages as a result of the October 1 shooting.
Rare bipartisan agreement on gun safety regulation.
A powerful admission on gun control from the country music artist.
President Donald Trump tweeted a storm about the London Bridge and market attacks over the weekend––and it didn’t go well. The president had harsh words for Mayor Sadiq Khan’s response to the tragedy, but he misconstrued the facts. At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is … Continued
[DIGEST: CBS, NBC, New York Times] A gunman killed two people and injured 16 others outside a nightclub hosting an event for teens in Fort Myers, Florida, early Monday morning. The shooting took place in the parking lot of Club Blu, about three miles south of City Hall, as parents arrived to pick up their … Continued
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court ruling which extended marriage equality nationwide. The landmark decision was a major victory for the country’s LGBT community. But as the rest of the community celebrated, the lead plaintiff in the case sat in the airport waiting for a flight back home to … Continued
[DIGEST: Politico, Bipartisan Report] Overnight, Republican leaders cut off House Democrats’ gun control sit-in. They’ve adjourned the House until July 5 without voting for new gun control measures. The move came 15 hours after Democrats vowed to block any legislative action until Speaker Paul Ryan promised to allow votes on several proposals, including blocking suspected … Continued
[DIGEST: CNN; Huffpost Politics; NYTimes] Is any group powerful enough to stop the NRA? Mass shootings are growing commonplace across the United States: Approximately 30,000 people are killed with firearms every year in the U.S. Many of those killed are children; there have been 142 school shootings in the U.S. since 2013. According to the … Continued