News and Politics
A sad reality for students, explained by Catherine Sawoski, president of High School Democrats RI.
We’ve put together a few facts to help our supporters where their town councils are proposing to cherry-pick which gun laws they will enforce.
For the second time in almost exactly one year the First Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals rejects Second Amendment protection for assault-style weapons and high capacity magazines.
Hearings were held on March 19, 2019 and there appears to be no intention to move these bills to the floor for debate and an up-or-down vote.
Discussions about activism to reduce gun violence in RI with local TV personality and former mayor Joe Paolino.
Part of RISD Stands Against Gun Violence, this exhibit features works from local students and artists from communities most effected by gun violence.
Watch the videos of our featured speakers and how they’re taking on gun violence in our communities.
Here we list just SOME of the accidents that have occured in schools with people who have been “certified” to carry concealed.
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Resolution supports the Safe Schools Act and the Assault Weapon and Large Cap. Magazine Bans.
Linda Finn testifies about the more than 1,200 concealed carry permit holders who have committed crimes across the U.S. since 2007.
Broad support for barring concealed carry in K-12 schools from law enforcement and public safety officials.
Students across RI have been diligently advocating for sensible gun safety reform since the Parkland shooting.
78-year-old school bus driver shot by CCP holder; the 8-year old student on board was not physically injured.
Help reduce gun violence in Rhode Island schools and communities.
CCP holding grandfather attending elementary school basketball game forgets loaded handgun at the school. The gun was found in the bleachers by adults who notified police.
The employee planned to go target shooting, but forgot to remove the weapon before coming into the school.
Linda Finn writes in support of rule changes proposed by The Reform Caucus.
The first House bill of the year rejects rule changes that would create a legislative transparency.
Rhode Islanders across the state banded together for common-sense reforms.
A great night for common-sense gun safety reform!
Another massacre with an AR-15 at a synogogue in Pittsburgh.
Key partnerships are generating media attention and stirring voters.
He had received training that included the prohibition of concealed carry on school grounds.
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