Together We Can End Gun Violence

We Can End Gun Violence

Gun violence affects people regardless of age, income, location, religion, or race.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gun violence in the United States claims the lives of over 30,000 people annually.

This is a violent epidemic of extraordinary proportions.

Together We Can End Gun Violence.

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  • Featured petition

    Ban Military-Style Assault Weapons

     

    As you likely know, the Las Vegas shooter used military-style assault weapons, some modified with bump stocks to allow them to fire multiple rounds with one pull of the trigger, to murder 58 people and wound nearly 500 more.

    He wasn’t the first one to use these weapons to massacre Americans. Shooters in San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, and other mass shootings also used assault weapons. These weapons are designed to kill as many people as possible as efficiently as possible. They should not be available to civilians.

    It is well past time for Congress the United States to act.

    Please tell our Senators to ban military-style assault weapons now. Add your name to the petition today.

    171 signatures

     

     

    Dear Senators Burr and Tillis:

    On Sunday, October 1, 2017, 58 victims were senselessly massacred and nearly 500 victims were injured in Las Vegas in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

    With easy access to military-style assault weapons, high capacity ammunition magazines, and bump stocks, one man turned a place of celebration and joy at a music festival into a war zone filled with terror, devastation and terrible loss.

    Military-style semi-automatic assault weapons are designed to efficiently kill as many people as possible in the shortest amount of time available. There is absolutely no reason for assault rifles, assault pistols, and assault shotguns to be sold on the civilian market.

    Congress did not take action after Aurora, Sandy Hook, Orlando and many other devastating mass shooting incidents.


    We ask that you address this carnage now with an effective ban on the civilian use of these weapons. Military-style assault weapons, high capacity magazines and bump stocks do not belong in our homes, our streets, our schools, our malls, our movie theaters, our places of worship, or in any of our other gathering places. Now is the time to act.

    Thank you.

    Will you sign?