Join us for a Virtual Celebration at the Annual RICAGV Thank You Party!

Thursday, July 16th

Buy a T-Shirt to Show Your Support for Gun Violence Prevention in Rhode Island!

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2020 Gun Safety Poll Results In

Overwhelming support for common-sense gun safety measures in Rhode Island. Highlights include:

71.5% Support Limiting Magazines to 10 Rounds

70.5% Support a Ban on Assault Weapons

Less than 20% have a gun in their home

132% Increase in FBI Background Checks for RI

The Ocean State topped the list of U.S. states for NICS gun background checks in March. We’ve timelined the events that have lead up to this shocking new statistic.

From the RICAGV Blog

Cost of Gun Violence Report

Cost of Gun Violence Report

“directly measurable cost of gun violence in Rhode Island exceeds $95 million each year, with a direct annual cost to taxpayers of approximately $19 million.”

read more

2020 Legislative Agenda

Banning Ghost Guns

These do-it-yourself firearms can be built in the home, creating untraceable guns for use by anyone, and circumventing background checks that prevent criminals from owning a gun. 

Regulating High Capacity Magazines

Limiting ammunition magazines to 10 rounds makes it harder for killers to commit mass murder and gives people critical seconds to flee or try to fight back.

Gun Control IS Constitutional

In 2008, District of Columbia v. Heller affirmed:

“the [Second Amendment] right was not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose.”

Using Heller v. DC, six U.S. Courts of Appeal have REJECTED Second Amendment protection for state assault weapons and/or high capacity magazine bans, most recently in Massachusetts on April 26, 2019!

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