CSGV mentioned in the Washington Post

Democratic lawmakers, gun-control groups huddle to plot political strategy

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Jim Atwood Quoted in Huffington Post

Evangelical Leaders Say ‘Pro-Life Ethic’ Means Fighting For Gun Reform “I can’t speak for everybody but I would think that’s what we need to do,” Atwood told HuffPost. “We need to cross boundaries, cross lines of different political entities and work together.”

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Andrew Quoted on CNN

This is Trump’s big chance on changing gun laws — if he wants to take it Andrew Patrick, media director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, questioned whether Trump was looking for a face saver with his announcement. “Until the President calls for a vote on bump stocks and passage in Congress and says …

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CSGV Tweet used in Las Vegas Review-Journal

School shooting survivors, family members plead with Trump for action The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence tweeted, “.@realDonaldTrump You can remind yourself to say “I hear you” but are you actually listening? #NeverAgain.”

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Andrew Patrick Quoted on Fox Baltimore

Student survivors make case for change as Trump weighs gun control measures “The country and the world is really following them,” said Andrew Patrick, media director for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. “They are leading this grassroots effort against those who take money from the NRA.”

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Josh Horwitz Quoted on ABC Radio

Student survivors of Florida school shooting making their voices heard  “It’s incredibly unprecedented. And my initial response is these folks are too young to be cynical and they don’t really care about the politics in D.C., and they’re going forward and it’s exciting,” said Josh Horwitz, executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.

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Andrew Patrick Quoted in Washington Post

Fla. school shooting creates urgent push for gun control, bipartisan calls for change

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Josh Horwitz Published in The Hill

Republicans are avoiding gun talks as election looms 

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Andrew Patrick Quoted in the Washington Post

The gun standoff can be ended. Here’s how. 

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Josh Horwitz Quoted in Washington Post

Five states allow guns to be seized before someone can commit violence “I heard the [Broward County] sheriff lament the fact that he did not have the tools to remove the firearms from the shooter,” Joshua Horwitz, the executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. “Had he lived in one of those states …

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Josh Horwitz Quoted in Slate

Why It’s Legal for a Teen to Buy an Assault Rifle but Not a Handgun “With the rise of assault weapons in the 80s and 90s, the [1968] law was made obsolete,” says Josh Horwitz, executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. As assault weapons became more popular over the next few decades …

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Josh Horwitz on Democracy Now

When Will This Stop? 17 Shot Dead in Florida School Massacre, the 18th School Shooting of Year

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Josh Horwitz Quoted in Washington Post

Five states allow guns to be seized before someone can commit violence “This morning I heard the sheriff [in Parkland] lament the fact that he did not have the tools to remove the firearms from the shooter,” Joshua Horwitz, executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, said Thursday. “Had he lived in one …

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Andrew Patrick Quoted in Louisville Courier-Journal

But Andrew Patrick, media director for The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, expressed doubt about the ability of someone with a concealed carry permit to effectively handle a school shooting. “Police officers train hundreds of hours a week to handle these types of situations,” Patrick said. “I think someone who did 10 hours of training …

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Bryan Barks Published in Ms. Magazine

We Have the Tools to Help Young Women Survive This Gun Violence Epidemic

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Bryan Barks Published in The Hill

Gun violence prevention is a feminist issue

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Josh Horwitz Published in Newsweek

ENOUGH GUN VIOLENCE: 2018 IS THE YEAR AMERICANS SAY NO TO THE NRA

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Bryan Barks Published in The Hill

Gun suicides can be prevented through voluntary self-prohibition “Voluntary self-prohibition would allow individuals at risk of firearm suicide to prepare for potential suicidal crises before they occur. The process, which would be confidential and require identity verification, could exponentially increase an individual’s likelihood of surviving a suicide attempt. Later, if individuals wanted to remove themselves …

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Josh Horwitz Published in The Hill

Five years after Sandy Hook, here are some actions legislators can take on guns We are proud of our progress. But we still have much work ahead. In 2017, approximately 38,000 Americans died from gun violence. We witnessed the deadliest mass shooting in American history. We read about countless victims of domestic violence killed by …

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Christian Heyne Published in the New York Times

Tackling Gun Violence  To the Editor: “The Pentagon’s Indifference to Gun Safety” (editorial, Nov. 29) makes strong points about the importance of improving the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. But to create real change, we must enact permit-to-buy policies; prohibit those with a history of violent misdemeanors, hate crimes and all domestic violence from …

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