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Dec 11, 2015
Washington, DC—As researchers and members of the Consortium for Risk-Based Firearm Policy, we strongly support the repeal of the Dickey Amendment, which in effect prohibits the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from using federal funding for gun violence research.
Oct 05, 2015
Emory, VA—Emory & Henry College, in partnership with the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, will be hosting the panel discussion "Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence in Virginia: Laws and Policy Gaps" on Tuesday.
Sep 30, 2015
Richmond, VA—Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was the lead speaker today at a press conference at the Virginia Capitol Building announcing a new report on domestic violence and guns from the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence (Ed Fund).
Sep 29, 2015
Norfolk, VA – Pastor Bobby Bowser of Mt. Lebanon Church in Norfolk and Virginians for Responsible Gun Laws will be hosting a special public gathering on Tuesday, June 23, to discuss the epidemic of gun violence affecting Southeast Virginia.