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September 21, 2022

Following Tireless Advocacy from Alaska Moms Demand Action, Students Demand Action, Anchorage School Board Votes to Pass Historic Secure Storage Resolution

The Alaska chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, both part of Everytown for Gun Safety’s grassroots networks, released the following statement celebrating the Anchorage School Board’s vote to pass a resolution which commits the district to…
September 13, 2022

On National Firearm Suicide Prevention Day, Part of Suicide Awareness Month, Gun Safety Advocates Continue to Fight the Preventable Public Health Crisis of Gun Suicide

Resources for Journalists on Responsibly Covering Gun Suicide are Available Here  Today marks the Inaugural National Firearm Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday, September 13th.  Falling in the middle of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, the day was created to spread…
August 12, 2022

Arkansas Legislature Approves $50 Million for School Safety Grant During Special Session

This week, the Arkansas Legislature returned to Little Rock for a special session. Among other issues, they approved $50 million in funding for a school safety grant. The decision follows the release of the Arkansas School Safety Commission Interim…
August 11, 2022

Atlanta Children Caught in Crossfire: Recent Tragedies Underscore Deadly Cost of Georgia’s Weak Gun Laws

Last week marked a deadly week for children in Georgia. On Sunday, an Atlanta softball game turned deadly when an argument escalated to gunfire that killed two people and left four others wounded, including a six-year old boy. Around…
August 9, 2022

Killings of Four Muslim Men In Albuquerque Leaves Community on Edge

Over the span of the last two weeks, three Muslim men have been shot and killed in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Additionally, detectives are working to determine whether the November killing of Mohammad Ahmadi, a Muslim man in Albuquerque, was also…
August 9, 2022

Following Tireless Advocacy by California Moms Demand Action, Students Demand Action, California Legislature Passes Groundbreaking Gun Violence Prevention Bills

Legislation Includes First-of-Its-Kind Bill to Require Schools to Send Home Information about Secure Firearm Storage and Bill to Add Violence Prevention Services as a Covered Medi-Cal Benefit The California chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, both part…
July 21, 2022

Major Milestone: More Than 90,000 New Mexico Students Now Attend Schools Requiring Secure Firearm Storage Notification

Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action Have Gone School District to School District Urging School Boards Across the State to Include Information About Secure Firearm Storage Albuquerque —The New Mexico chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand…
July 16, 2022

Today Marks the Implementation of the 988 National Crisis Hotline

Today marks the implementation of 988, the three-digit national dialing, texting, and chat code crisis hotline for anyone expreinceing suicidal thoughts or mental health-related crisises. The dialing code lifeline will increase accessibility to life-saving interventions and resources. Suicide accounts for…
July 12, 2022

VICTORY FOR GUN SAFETY: Following Tireless Advocacy from Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, Governor Newsom Signs Historic Bill to Hold Firearm Industry Accountable for Role in Gun Violence Crisis

The California chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, both part of Everytown for Gun Safety, released the following statement applauding California Governor Gavin Newsom for signing into law legislation to establish accountability for the firearm industry.
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New Polling Shows Vast Majority of Utah Voters Support Stronger Gun Laws