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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.
We are worried about the newest member’s judicial record on gun safety legislation.
Record attendance at the RICAGV 5th Annual Fundraiser.
A student found the weapon and reported it to his teacher.
Four new videos by R.I. students working to change the narrative around gun violence prevention.
At least 22 shell casings were found at the scene of a shooting in Providence late Sunday afternoon.
No injuries were reported, however players, ages 7 to 10, cheerleaders as young as 5, and parents were terrified as the shots rang out while teams were on the field.
The message was loud and clear: RI stands with FAMILIES not State House bosses.
An amazing night of celebration for true Democrats!
Join us as we celebrate amazing growth and achievements so far in 2018!
The second day of the school year ends with another young life cut tragically short.
RICAGV joins with Planned Parenthood RI to urge everyone to vote in the Sept. 12th Primary.
Gun safety reform champions for the 2018 primary and general election.
The suspect was taken into custody shortly after the incident; it is unclear at this point if the victim and the shooter are acquainted.
Hundreds of students rally at the RI State House for common-sense gun safety reforms.
“Gun Barrel Necklace” will be offered in 3 finishes, as well as Sterling Silver.
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