• Domestic Violence too often involves the use of a firearm. It is our responsibility to enact the commonsense solutions that protect families from this threat.
 
• Suicide and gun violence prevention go hand in hand— 63 percent of gun deaths each year are self-inflicted. There are policies lawmakers can enact to help protect our loved ones from harming themselves.
 
• Urban Gun Violence has reached a crisis point in our cities, and we must act to rebuild a sense of safety for these populations. Community and policy-based solutions can work together to address this urgent threat to public safety.
 
• Mass Shootings are too often enabled by weak gun laws, and we’re fighting for the smart gun laws that prevent tragedy on such a large scale.
 
• Mental Illness is often linked to both suicide and mass shootings. Smart gun laws that address the dangerously mentally ill can help save lives.
 
• Kids and Guns don’t mix, and it’s important to protect children from the dangers of firearms. More than 1.5 million kids live in homes with loaded, unlocked guns and we need to protect our youth from preventable tragedy.