News and Events
Big wins in the 2020 Primary.
An exciting day for gun safety reform!
With 4 months left in 2020, RI has already exceeded total FBI background checks for all of 2019.
The gun had a damaged serial number.
RI public safety officials and the general public are in favor of reforms that are languishing at the State House.
Five shootings in ten days.
Cedric, interim director of the Nonviolence Institute, talks about how to stop violence in communities.
New endorsements for RI mayorial, city/town council, and federal races!
$64 million siphoned off by LaPierre in 3 years, in addition to decades long fraud.
RI State Police arrest man on multiple charges, including possession of a stolen firearm.
We’re giving our endorsement to champions who will continue to provide majority support in both the House and Senate.
A great victory for common-sense gun safety reform.
Timeline of events leading to a 132% increase in FBI background checks in one month for Rhode Island.
The Ocean State is not just stocking up on toilet paper and hand wipes :/
What it is and how it works.
RI Police Chiefs Association ask Gov. Raimondo to extend time to complete background checks.
Large capacity magazines turn kllers into killing machines.
Representatives vote overwhelmingly to support a ban on untraceable and undetectable “ghost guns.”
Kicking off the rally with a poem was Jaychele Schenck, youth organizer and leader with Young Voices.
Gov. Raimondo and Attorney General Neronha announced four common-sense gun safety bills.
There is a House version of the bill awaiting a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee.
A record crowd to honor gun violence prevention champions.
2A Sanctuary Resolutions final straw for Tiverton residents.
Mass shootings by people with serious mental illness represent less than 1% of all yearly gun-related homicides.
Blaming mental health is a convenient diversion for NRA and other corporate lobbyists.
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