This Week's Actions

Forum on Sensible Gun Laws – An Innovative Approach to Legislation Affecting Public Safety

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Forum on Sensible Gun Laws – An Innovative Approach to Legislation Affecting Public Safety WHEN: October 30, 6:00 PM Where: National Press Club Contact: Kris Gregory, Media 529 14th St. NW Concerned Citizens Against Gun Violence Washington DC (CCAGV) 13th Floor, Zenger Room Tel: 571-205-6483 Last year, the United States averaged almost […]

Nine votes that make it more dangerous to live in Virginia

The bills voted on repeal the ‘One-Gun-A-Month’ law, allow guns into bars, and even make it easier to buy machine guns and bazookas. Here is a chart on how all of VA’s delegates voted on these key bills. Note the explanations of the bills and the reason that we don’t have any good bills to […]

2014 Legislative Session – Gun Votes

Here’s a look at gun safety bills, both good and bad, that were considered by the legislature. You can click on the underlined bill numbers to be linked to what each bill was about and how it fared in the legislature. 2014 Gun Bills in Virginia

Peter Read (father of VA Tech victim Mary Read) and Maggie Rheinstein (her nephew used a gun to end his life) consoling each other

20-yr anniversary of the signing of the original Brady background check bill

Friday, November 22 Peter Read (father of VA Tech victim Mary Read) and Maggie Rheinstein (her nephew used a gun to end his life) consoling each other while concerned citizens rallied in front of Congressman Frank Wolf’s Herndon office. The purpose of the rally was to remind the Congressman that Friday was the 20-yr anniversary […]

Vigil at NRA HQ proves to be an emotional journey for protesters

Friday morning at 10 o’clock is not a good time to draw a crowd, yet nearly 100 people gathered outside of the NRA headquarters at 10 am on June 14th to mark the six month anniversary of the killing of 26 Sandy Hook Elementary School children and the teachers who tried to protect them.  The […]