|Across Our Nation
Amnesty International issues travel warning to the U.S. due to increased gun violence.
American Federation of Teachers threaten to boycott Walmart for continued gun sales.
Walmart employees go on strike against their employer for selling guns.
Walmart responds to gun violence by removing marketing displays for violent video games.
The Cheesecake Factory warns of new active shooter risks at restaurants.
U.S. Senators petition Amazon and Google to stop selling gun accessories online.
Corey Tucker of Slipknot repudiates the toxic gun culture in the country.
Are there signs of Senate majority leader movement toward gun law reform?
A visual map of states that allow military style weapons.
Massachusetts Gun Violence Prevention & Other States
One year later, Extreme Risk Protection Order (‘Red Flag’) gun measure has mostly been used for suicide prevention in Massachusetts.
Harvard Professor Hemenway discusses policy in the wake of two mass shootings.
A father face charges in Peabody after his child brings a loaded gun in his backpack to daycare.
Berkshire Mayors join the Mayors Against Illegal Guns alliance.
Proposed MA gun storage bill aims to reduce stolen guns used in gun trafficking.
A rally in Portland, Maine calls for gun control.
New Hampshire Governor vetoes three gun reform bills.
Guns Down America rallies at a Florida Walmart with Change The Ref and March for Our Lives.
In Florida, a security guard shoots a dog in his backyard.
In New York City, a motorcycle backfiring is mistaken for gun shots.
A second teen suspect still wanted for stealing an AR-15 from a Tennessee school.
The Gun Industry Rounds
NRA member says enough is enough, something must change.
Gun Lobby advocate and conservative pundit S.E. Cupp quits the NRA.
The NRA spent $1.6 million lobbying against expanded background checks.
Lawsuit alleges misuse of NRA donations.
Three NRA board members resign.
Washington state gambling commission declines NRA request to increase gun raffle limit.
Maria Butina, gun rights activist with the NRA, sentenced to 18 months.
Remington Arms appeals to the Supreme Court over Sandy Hook victim families right to sue.