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Learn the facts. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among teens and young adults and the 10th leading cause of death among all Americans. On average, 4 teenagers and 118 total Americans complete suicide every day. 90% people who survive a suicide attempt do not go on to die by suicide. Many suicide

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Remembering 118,096 victims of gun violence

118,096 victims of gun violence since the Sandy Hook massacre – that’s a crippling number. September 25th is the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims, designated by Congress in 2007. This September, we will remember the victims of Sandy Hook, Aurora, San Bernardino, Orlando, and so many more who lost their lives to gun violence. What

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AN OPEN LETTER ASKING GOVERNOR CHARLIE BAKER

A COALITION OF NEARLY 30 GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION ORGANIZATIONS SIGN AN OPEN LETTER ASKING GOVERNOR CHARLIE BAKER TO SUPPORT ATTORNEY GENERAL MAURA HEALEY’S ENFORCEMENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN NEWTOWN, CT & BOSTON, MA – Last month, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey took a very bold step by announcing that she will be stepping

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“A Gun Show For a Worthy Cause”

“Finally, a gun show for a worthy cause,” wrote the NY Daily News yesterday, referencing the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence. Yesterday, the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence announced its anchor concert in Manhattan at the Beacon Theatre. This concert will be one of over 100 concerts nationwide. Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash,

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Join us in supporting Attorney General Healey

This week, Attorney General  Maura Healey has faced heavy pushback including sexist and homophobic slurs after announcing on July 20 that she would enforce the assault weapons ban in Massachusetts. “We will do everything we can to prevent the kinds of tragedies here that have occurred in places like Orlando, San Bernardino, Newtown and Aurora,” Healey said during her

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Eventful Week in Congress Creates Momentum

Although the House sit-in ended with a discouraging adjournment until after July 4th, states are starting to take their own action on the issue of gun violence. Governor David Ige of Hawaii just signed a bill requiring gun owners to enroll in an FBI database, becoming the first state to do so. Upholding the importance of responsible

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AMERICANS KILLED BY GUNS SINCE THE MASSACRE AT SANDY HOOK

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