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Too Young To Shoot?

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August 28

In the wake of the devastating accidental death of a gun-range instructor at the hands of a 9-year-old girl who could not control the automatic weapon she was firing, we are left to consider whether children have the developmental or physical maturity to handle such weapons.

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California State Senate Approves Gun Violence Restraining Order Legislation

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August 27

We commend the California State Senate for approving Gun Violence Restraining Order legislation, which allows law enforcement and family members to petition the court to temporarily limit someone's access to firearms when they are suspected to be a danger to themselves or others.

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Kindergartener Brings Loaded Gun On Third Day Of School

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August 27

A kindergartener brought a loaded gun to school in his backpack Monday, the third day students were back at school in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania.

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Thank You To The Daniel Barden Highland Mudfest

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August 26

“We are extremely honored and grateful to the Daniel Barden Highland Mudfest for this very generous donation. This funding will help us continue our mission of preventing gun violence and support the needs of our community,” said Executive Director Tim Makris.

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Why Support The Mental Health First Aid Act?

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August 25

"Mental illness is a disease that knows no race, gender, socio-economic background or political party. It impacts Americans from all walks of life."

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In San Antonio, The Police Are Part Of Mental Health Care

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August 25

In San Antonio, the police, the county jail, mental-health department, criminal courts, hospitals and homeless programs have worked together to develop the resources to take better care of people with serious mental illness.

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Action Through State Advocacy

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August 19

Over the summer, legislatures take a vacation, but our advocacy work continues. In the past few months, Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund has been busy preparing for state governments to return to session to continue our advocacy efforts in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, Delaware and others.

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Two South Pasadena Students Arrested In Connection With School Violence Plot

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August 19

Two students were arrested yesterday after school officials became aware of a plot to kill teachers and students at South Pasadena High School. We are so thankful that conscientious bystanders were able to recognize the warning signs and intervene to prevent mass violence. 

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