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April 17, 2013

For the mothers of America, this is not the end. It is just the beginning.

(Indianapolis, IN) Wed., April 17, 2013 – Nearly four months after the tragedy that took 20 first-graders’ lives in Connecticut, the mothers of America are sickened by our elected leaders’ inability to enact bipartisan, common-sense gun reforms supported by…
April 11, 2013

At Pennsylvania Capitol, groups calling to close loophole in gun laws

By Jon Schmitz / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pennsylvania Capitol domeHARRISBURG — Christine Licata, a mother of two who lives in Cumberland County, said she never paid much attention to politics and government, and would turn away from…
April 10, 2013

“How Many More Rounds?” Featured On MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show

[responsive_vimeo 63792241] Moms Demand Action has launched a campaign to drive support for new and stronger gun laws in America in the aftermath of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. The video, “How many more rounds?,” is…
April 10, 2013

NEW VIDEO: “How Many More Rounds?”

[responsive_youtube qFH1MtYhszs] Share this video (below)!       MOMS DEMAND ACTION FOR GUN SENSE IN AMERICA LAUNCHES NEW PUBLIC APPEAL CAMPAIGN LEADING INTO CONGRESSIONAL VOTE Moms Demand Action has launched…
April 4, 2013

At RI State House, ‘Moms’ call for stricter gun control, part of national action 3 months after Sandy Hook shootings

By Providence Journal / Philip Marcelo PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A group of Rhode Island mothers were gathering at the State House Thursday afternoon as part of a national call for stricter gun control measures. The newly-formed chapter of…
March 6, 2013

Remembering Sandy Hook on the way to Congress

Neil Heslin, father of Sandy Hook shooting victim Jesse Lewis, shares a voicemail message of Jesse wishing him a Happy Birthday. (watch video content) Gun-control advocates coming through Baltimore on bikes Monday By Dan Rodricks…
January 24, 2013

Not Quite One Million Moms

I was finally doing something. And something was probably better than nothing. Our hand-painted protest signs were like bright splashes of hope against the gray winter sky. — Julie Flynn Badal, Mother and Writer…