Sen. Chris Murphy praises Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence

February 14

“Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence is doing critical work to bring the voices of those most directly affected by gun violence into the national dialogue. There are so many policy changes we can make to save lives, but we have to start by listening to people in communities who live with this scourge every day,” said […]

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Five new GVP laws effective today

October 1

Today is a day to celebrate! Five critical gun violence prevention laws in Maryland are now in effect. Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence worked for years to make these a reality. These are the five laws now making Maryland streets safer: ERPO (Extreme Risk Protective Order) Fund of Violence and Intervention Programs Rapid Fire Trigger Accessory […]

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Supreme Court & Upcoming Events

July 12

President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, is a Second Amendment extremist and threatens decades of work strengthening Maryland’s gun laws. What do we know about Judge Kavanaugh’s views on gun laws? Judge Kavanaugh believes assault weapon bans, like the one passed in Maryland, are unconstitutional… a position far outside the mainstream of other […]

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June 29

Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence joins all of you in mourning the five people killed inside the Capital Gazette newsroom yesterday and sending our love and support to those injured and traumatized. According to the Gun Violence Archive, this is the 154th mass shooting in the US in 2018. Unacceptable. This attack could have been prevented. Our national leaders need […]

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All four gun violence prevention bills…signed into law

April 26

Yesterday, Governor Hogan signed four of our priority gun bills into law. We commend his and the General Assembly leadership’s support of these important policies. Yesterday’s signing could not have come at a more important time following a spike in violence in Baltimore City. The new laws will help prevent different types of gun violence: urban […]

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Our schools under attack… again

February 19

It’s been a hard week. An American high school once again experienced a completely preventable tragedy when an angry, young man brought an AR-15 in to his old high school and murdered 17 students and educators and injured 14 more. As a leader of Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence, I was already exhausted from battling […]

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Let the bullies hide behind their posters

January 25

Looks like the gun lobby has been keeping an eye on our work and they aren’t happy! They want to shame us for raising our voices to pass meaningful gun reform. They want to shame us for daring to oppose them. They want to shame us for putting the safety of our families and communities […]

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Action alert: Urge your senator and delegate to cosponsor critical gun violence prevention bills!

January 15

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Five years after Newtown tragedy, little has changed

December 14

As the news of the shooting broke on December 14, 2012, I vividly recall the aerial shots of the peaceful town of Sandy Hook and the elementary school. News helicopters hovered in the air as news anchors tried to make sense of an unfathomable and unfolding tragedy. I never imagined that at the end of […]

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Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence Responds to the Supreme Court Decision to Deny Cert to the Appeal of Maryland’s Assault Weapon Ban

November 27

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 27, 2017   Media Advisory   Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence Responds to the Supreme Court Decision to Deny Cert to the Appeal of Maryland’s Assault Weapon Ban   Baltimore, MD (November 27, 2017) – Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence issued the following statement on today’s Supreme Court decision on Maryland’s […]

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