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Tell the Senate Judiciary Committee to Act!


Dear Friend,


Several weeks ago, the Brady Campaign provided recommendations to the White House for serious, game-changing legislation to reduce gun injuries and deaths. After meeting with stakeholders from all sides, President Obama announced a roadmap for real progress on this issue.

Today, the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Senate held a hearing entitled “What Should America Do About Gun Violence?” It's an important day to make your voice heard.

We support President Obama's comprehensive plan to prevent gun violence. His legislative plan — which includes measures such as universal criminal background checks for all gun buyers — can immediately reduce gun injuries and deaths across America.

But in order to pass important, forward-looking legislation, we must take action.

Contact members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee today!
Ask them to support the comprehensive approach recommended by the President.

Today's Judiciary Committee hearing is an important step on our path to prevent more gun violence. Now it’s up to us to make our voices heard in Washington.
 
On behalf of the Brady Campaign and fellow supporters, thank you for demanding progress on sensible reforms. And thank you for your continued support of the Brady Campaign at this critical time.

Dan Gross Sincerely,
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Dan Gross, President
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

 



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Urge the Senate Judiciary Committee to support the comprehensive approach recommended by the President.



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