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Reports Background Checks September 7, 2016

Thousands of Guns, No Background Check Required

The state of Maine has a strong tradition of gun ownership. And Maine’s gun owners know that responsible ownership includes keeping guns out of the wrong hands. That’s why 93% of Americans—and the majority of Mainers, regardless of political party—agree: all gun buyers should pass a criminal background check.
Fact Sheets Background Checks August 25, 2016

Gun Violence and Background Checks in New Mexico

Loopholes in the law make it easy for dangerous people in New Mexico to get guns sold by unlicensed sellers, contributing to preventable violence — from mass shootings to deadly domestic abuse to suicides to shootings of law enforcement officers.

Amicus Brief: Grace v. District of Columbia

Everytown for Gun Safety filed this amicus brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to demonstrate that the District of Columbia's public-carry law--which requires a showing of good cause or special need prior to issuance of a concealed carry license--does not violate the constitutional right to bear arms and is consistent with a centuries long Anglo-American tradition.

Amicus Brief: Wrenn v. District of Columbia

Everytown for Gun Safety filed this amicus brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a case challenging the District of Columbia's concealed carry licensing system. This brief refutes the primary historical arguments made by gun lobby lawyers, and makes clear that laws regulating the public carrying of firearms are consistent with a centuries long Anglo-American tradition.

Testimony Presented at a Hearing of the Consumer Product Safety Commission

This testimony was presented by Everytown for Gun Safety Research Director Ted Alcorn at a Hearing of the Consumer Product Safety Commission ewntitled “Agenda and Priorities FY2017 and/or 2018″ in Bethesda, Maryland on June 15, 2016.