U.S. Senators are considering gun violence prevention legislation, and they need to hear your concerns and priorities.
Please join people of faith in a national call-in day 1-888-897-0174 to legislators on Tuesday, April 9, to urge them to:
- Require universal background checks for all gun purchases
- Ban semi-automatic assault weapons and high-capacity magazines
- Make gun trafficking a federal crime
- Improve access to mental health services
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“CT Clergy United to Prevent Gun Violence”
The good news: Over 5,500 people converged on the Capitol on February 14 in the March for Change, including many faith leaders. AND we have passed the 350 mark on signatures* – please keep inviting your colleagues to sign on to our letter calling for stronger gun laws in Connecticut. (But please don’t sign again if you’re receiving this… checking duplicates slows the work down.)
Please Take Action! THE TASK FORCE ON GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND THE LEADERSHIP OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEEDS TO HEAR FROM YOU TODAY.
February 4th Interfaith Call-In Day to Prevent Gun Violence
On Monday, February 4 join with people of many faith traditions in calling U.S. Senators and Representatives to urge them to act now to prevent more gun violence. More information is here.
Call your Senators and Representative and ask them to act to prevent gun violence. It is time to turn our shared grief into collective action.
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The Bipartisan Taskforce on Gun Violence and Children’s Safety has created a website that is now up and running. It includes a wealth of information and dates/times/locations for upcoming hearings as well as an invitation to provide electronic testimony.
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President Obama announced executive orders and proposals for legislation to prevent gun violence on January 16 with the words “This time must be different.”
NETWORK agrees. We also agree with the President that this will not happen unless the American people demand it. It is time for us to make those demands.
The mass shooting in Connecticut last month shocked people even more than the previous mass shootings in other parts of our country. Now is the time for Congress to protect public safety and stop gun violence.