Richmond, VA—The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) is describing a deal negotiated by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, the National Rifle Association and Republicans in the General Assembly as a “mistake” and urging the governor to either lobby for stronger gun reform provisions or drop the legislation altogether.
GOVERNOR, LIEUTENTANT GOVERNOR, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL TO JOIN GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION ADVOCATES AT VIGIL & ADVOCACY EVENT ON MLK DAY -
Richmond, VA—On Monday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Governor McAuliffe, Lieutenant Governor Northam and Attorney General Herring will join the Virginia Center for Public Safety (VACPS), gun violence survivors, and gun violence prevention advocates from across the state for a Vigil to Remember Victims of Gun Violence and Advocacy Day at the State Capitol in Richmond.
California Officials, Gun Violence Survivors Announce Launch of California Gun Violence Restraining Order -
Los Angeles, CA – State officials, gun safety activists, and gun violence survivors will hold a press conference Thursday morning to announce the implementation of California’s new Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO) law.
COALITION TO STOP GUN VIOLENCE APPLAUDS PRESIDENT OBAMA FOR TAKING ACTION AS CONGRESS CONTINUES TO SERVE GUN LOBBY -
Washington, DC—The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence applauds President Obama for signing a series of executive actions today aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals and promoting the development of smart gun technology.
VIRGINIA ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK HERRING TERMINATES CONCEALED CARRY RECIPROCITY AGREEMENTS WITH 25 STATES THAT DON’T MEET COMMONWEALTH’S SAFETY STANDARDS -
Richmond, VA—Today, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced that the Commonwealth of Virginia will be terminating concealed carry reciprocity agreements with 25 states that fail to meet the standards Virginia has set to ensure the safety of its citizens.
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