Shannon Watts, founder emerita of Moms Demand Action, a group working to stop gun violence, told The Washington Post that the creation of an Office of Gun Violence Prevention is “a significant turning point” for the gun safety movement.
Laws passed by Republicans in the legislature—and vetoed by Gov. Hobbs—would have made what happened in August at the University of North Carolina more likely to happen in Arizona.
After years of positioning herself as an independent, Sinema’s dash to the center has left a majority of voters in the dust.
Knocking on a door, turning your car around in a driveway, or chasing a ball into your neighbor’s yard can get you shot now, apparently.
State Rep. Jen Longdon, a survivor of gun violence, joined the “Survivors Speak” event to demand better support and public funding for trauma recovery centers that offer therapy and social services.
The program, derived from a National Rifle Association task force, would require schools offering firearms training to have NRA representatives be part of the task force.
Over 100 gun reform advocates gathered at the Arizona State Capitol on Jan. 23 to call for gun reform in the Legislature.
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