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7 activist groups supporting families at the border that need your help right now

Over the course of six weeks, the United States government has separated nearly 2,000 children from their parents.  The heartbreaking increase in separations stems from the Trump administration's..

Facebook tightens its policies on gun-related advertising

Facebook is tightening up its rules on advertising gun accessories to minors. The social media giant announced it would restrict the advertising of weapon accessories, such as optics, belt..

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News video: Trenton Shooting: What to Know

Trenton Shooting: What to Know 01:09

A gunman opened fire at a Trenton, New Jersey, arts festival on Sunday, wounding 22 before being killed by police — prompting the state’s governor to call for gun control measures without..
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News video: Parkland students bring bus tour to Kansas City

Parkland students bring bus tour to Kansas City 03:45

Some students who survived the Parkland, Florida school shooting are traveling around the country promoting gun control. They are stopping in Kansas City, Kansas Monday. Students from March for Our..
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News video: NJ Gov calls for more gun control, ignores gang history and early prison release

NJ Gov calls for more gun control, ignores gang history and early prison release 01:59

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy called for new controls on guns while not addressing gang background or early prison release as problems in Trenton mass shooting.
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News video: Facebook To Prevent Minors From Seeing Ads For Gun Accessories

Facebook To Prevent Minors From Seeing Ads For Gun Accessories 00:33

Gizmodo reports that Facebook will stop showing advertisements for gun accessories to minors. Facebook users under the age of 18 can currently see ads for firearm holsters, silencers, etc. A new policy..
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News video: Parkland Students Start Nationwide Bus Tour in Chicago

Parkland Students Start Nationwide Bus Tour in Chicago 01:01

Called the "March for Our Lives: Road to Change," the tour includes stops in 75 cities across the country.
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Facebook not to show weapon accessory ads to users under 18: Report

Facebook has prohibited advertisements for weapon accessories to users under the age of 18 amid a raging debate in the US over gun control after a number of mass shootings, according to media reports.
DNA Also reported by •IndiaTimesBGR India

Students rally in Chicago for greater gun control

Parkland Students Start Nationwide Bus Tour In Chicago

parkland students start nationwide bus tour in chicago
Watch VideoStudents from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School began a bus tour to promote gun reform and register young people to vote.  Called the "March for Our Lives: Road to Change," the tour..

Parkland students take gun control message on the road

Some of the students who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, are taking their gun control message on the road. They launched the first leg their tour in..
CBS News

Florida school shooting survivors launch US-wide gun-reform tour

Pupils from a US school that experienced a mass shooting in February have started a bus tour to promote tougher gun-control laws. The two-month trip is aimed at registering young voters who will..
Deutsche Welle

Parkland students to travel cross-country to register young voters

Students will also be advocating for gun control measures such as tighter regulation, universal background checks, and training for individuals who own an AR-15 and other semi-automatic riffles. 
Christian Science Monitor

In Florida, bishops' 'Faithful Citizenship' debate heats up

Miami, Fla., Jun 14, 2018 / 04:49 pm (CNA).- What some expected would be a brisk vote turned out to be a lengthy discussion at the USCCB general assembly meeting on Thursday, covering the future of the..

Colorado Democratic candidate PEPPER SPRAYS himself in campaign ad to promote gun control

colorado democratic candidate pepper sprays himself in campaign ad to promote gun control
Levi Tillemann, who is running in Colorado in November, believes teachers in schools should be armed with pepper spray instead of guns to defend themselves against shooters.
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Carney on bump stocks, assault weapons and red flags

Delaware Gov. John Carney describes gun control bills facing the General Assembly in 2018.

Teenager threatened to kill Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris over gun control

The man reportedly texted police saying he intended to 'send the message that gun control will not stop attacks'

American Medical Association Is Pushing For Stricter Gun Control Laws

american medical association is pushing for stricter gun control laws
Watch VideoThe American Medical Association says gun violence is a disease, and it's pushing for stricter gun control laws. At an annual meeting Tuesday, one medical specialist said, "We as..

Governor Signs 6 Gun Control Measures in New Jersey

New Jersey on Wednesday enacted a half-dozen new gun control laws, tightening its already strict statutes as advocates applauded and critics questioned whether they will achieve their aims.
Newsmax Also reported by •New Zealand HeraldCBS 2

Murphy, sending a ‘strong and clear message,’ signs 6 gun control bills into law


Murphy vows N.J. will be 'a leader in the fight' for gun control

New Jersey's already strict gun control laws just got even tougher.

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