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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.

Strategies for Reducing Gun Violence in American Cities

Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, the National Urban League, and Mayors Against Illegal Guns

Urban gun violence touches on issues central to American life: safety, equality, opportunity, and community. As thousands of city residents are killed or injured with guns each year, mayors and other community leaders face an urgent challenge: finding effective solutions and implementing them to make a difference now and into the future. This report, a collaboration between Everytown for Gun Safety, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and the National Urban League, is a tool for all city leaders who want to reduce gun violence.

Gun Violence and Background Checks in Minnesota

This fact sheet brings together the findings of Everytown for Gun Safety’s original investigations and analyses of relevant law enforcement and public health data to illuminate gun violence and crime trends of the illegal gun market in Minnesota.

Amicus Brief: Wollschlaeger v. Governor, State of Florida (En Banc)

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America filed this brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to urge the full court to correct a fundamentally flawed decision by a three-judge panel. The panel upheld a Florida law that prohibits doctors from speaking with their patients about firearm safety. This brief urges the full court to reverse that decision and strike down the law, because it interferes with patients’ right to receive truthful, non-misleading health and safety information from their doctors.