CSGV Report in the New York Times

The study by the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, one of the country’s oldest gun control organizations, and Guns Down America, a group that advocates reducing the number of guns in circulation, examined polling place laws in Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

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Josh Horwtiz Op-Ed in New York Daily News

President Trump’s private insurrection army

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Dakota Jablon on Newsy

Has The Coronavirus Pandemic Impacted Gun Violence In America?

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Andrew Patrick in Mother Jones

How the NRA Is Using Coronavirus Fears to Drive Up Gun Sales

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Lori Haas in Courthouse News Service

Virginia Gun Rights Groups Say Virus Restrictions Go Too Far

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CSGV Tweet in Raw Story

Amnesty slams Trump for classifying gun stores as ‘essential businesses’ during pandemic

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CSGV in USA Today

American’s oldest gun violence prevention group endorses Biden

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Lori Haas Featured in The Roanoke Times

‘We’re not going away’: Virginia Tech families’ long fight for gun control

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Andrew Patrick Quoted in Huffington Post

‘Media Malpractice:’ Las Vegas Mass Shooting Largely Ignored During Democratic Debate

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Lori Haas Quoted in Richmond Times-Dispatch

Virginia Senate panel puts off assault weapons ban until next year in setback for Northam

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Lori Haas on NPR

Virginia Governor’s Bill To Ban Assault Weapons Fails, With Help From His Own Party

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Lori Haas Quoted in Chesterfield Observer

Police chief reduces fees for concealed carry permits

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Adelyn Allchin Quoted on KUNC

As States Pass Red Flag Laws, Police Have To Figure Out How To Safely Implement Them  

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Lori Haas Quoted in The New Yorker

A NEW BACKLASH TO GUN CONTROL BEGINS IN VIRGINIA The rally ended at noon. By three in the afternoon, the armed groups had dissipated. As the light faded on the day, a small group of anti-gun protesters, fewer than a dozen in number and including the March for Our Lives youths, came to the capitol …

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Josh Horwitz Quoted in The Virginia Mercury

Virginia Senate passes red flag gun law after tightening due process protections Josh Horwitz, executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, said the search warrant process envisioned under Virginia’s bill mirrors the red flag law in Florida, where the concept gained prominence after the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School …

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Lori Haas Quoted in The Chesterfield Observer

Thousands rally at Capitol to protest gun control Because of safety concerns, gun violence prevention advocates called off the vigil they had planned to follow the VCDL rally. In a press release, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Virginia State Director Lori Haas stated they had “chosen to cancel the event due to the ongoing, credible …

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CSGV in GQ

That Pro-Gun Rally in Virginia Wasn’t Exactly “Peaceful” The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, a group that had hosted a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event in Richmond for 28 years, canceled its vigil. “Advocates have faced armed individuals trying to intimidate us each year,” wrote the group’s president, Lori Haas, in a press release. …

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CSGV in Slate

From Richmond to the Senate Chambers, Minority Rule Rules The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence had also planned to assemble and petition for gun-control legislation—as it had done in peaceful competition with gun-rights groups in previous years. This year, because of the threats of armed violence surrounding the gun-rights march, that gun-control demonstration had to …

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CSGV in The Atlantic

Guns Are No Mere Symbol But note who was not in Capitol Square on Monday. The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence had also planned to assemble and petition for gun-control legislation—as it had done in peaceful competition with gun-rights groups in previous years. This year, because of the threats of armed violence surrounding the gun-rights …

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Lori Haas Quoted in The Washington Post

Virginia pro-gun rally: Despite anger, threats of insurrection, massive rally is carried out peacefully outside state Capitol Over the weekend, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence canceled its annual vigil and lobbying day because of “ongoing, credible threats to public safety,” according to state director Lori Haas. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) instructed all nonessential staff …

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