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This common-sense gun violence reduction measure will move to the floor of the full House for a vote.
RI is currently one of only 4 states that generally allow concealed carry in K-12 schools.
Massachusetts wins in U.S. Court of Appeals, becoming the 5th state to successfully defend an assault weapon ban.
Former Supreme Court Justice Stevens’ call for abolishing the Second Amendment misses the mark.
Students, community leaders, politicians and concerned citizens gave speeches in support of common-sense gun laws in RI.
Saturday, March 24 from 1 to 3pm. RI State House.
Hundreds of students demonstrate at the RI State House in support of the Safe Schools Act of 2018.
School resource officer, also a 5-year veteran of the Alexandria Police Department, accidentally discharged his service weapon in his office at school.
Three students are injured when teacher, also a reserve police officer and city council member, accidentally shoots the ceiling.
Teacher resigns after video emerges showing students handling his gun during previous class.
To generate funds and awareness for gun safety legislation and education.
School goes into lockdown when a teacher, with no indication of being troubled or unfit for his job, fires a gun on campus.
Please help us make a big impact on Tues., March 6, with a large crowd of folks supporting common sense gun control.
A timely and informative piece from Maine about Second Amendment myths.
Monday, March 19 at Metro Center Blvd in Warwick.
Will your representative support this common sense gun safety law? Join us on Tuesday, February 27th to see who will stand up for our communities.
A former student kills 17 and injures more than 14 with assault-style weapons.
RICAGV press release following the Parkland, FL high school shooting.
The officer was responding to a report of shots fired.
The officer was unaware that the child was touching his gun.
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“The fog of the tragedy remained even as the media moved on. Things as simple as grocery shopping became awkward for fear of seeing the pain in your neighbor’s eyes.”
“My father would threaten people that he was going to shoot them, and we feared my father every single day, but no one feared him as much as my mother.”
The RICAGV statement on the McClatchy report regarding the NRA’s involvement in the 2016 election.
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