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Demand Congress Pass a Gun Safety Plan to Save Lives
President Obama has outlined a plan to close dangerous loopholes that allow abusers easy access to weapons. A domestic violence homicide occurs almost every week in Wisconsin, most involve firearms and in too many cases the perpetrator acquired or bought the gun illegally. Congress must act before another preventable killing takes one more life. Call your Members of Congress today and tell them to work quickly to pass a gun safety bill that includes universal background checks.
- Since 2000, at least 50 people in Wisconsin were shot and killed by an abuser who was legally prohibited from possessing the murder weapon. Without universal background checks, abusers will continue to exploit loopholes and get guns to terrorize and kill victims in our communities.
- The vast majority of Americans and gun owners support background checks on all gun sales.
- The time for action is now. We can't bear to watch more and more preventable tragedies take the lives of so many.
Your quick call will help make sensible gun safety a reality.
Senator Tammy Baldwin(D- WI) 202-224-5653
Senator Ron Johnson (R- WI) 202-224-5323
Representative Paul Ryan (R - 01) 202-225-3031
Representative Mark Pocan (D - 02) 202-225-2906
Representative Ron Kind (D - 03) 202-225-5506
Representative Gwen Moore (D - 04) 202-225-4572
Representative F. James (Jim) Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R - 05) 202-225-5101
Representative Tom Petri (R - 06) 202-225-2476
Representative Sean P. Duffy (R - 07) 202-225-3365
Representative Reid J. Ribble (R - 08) 202-225-5665
Voting Guide for Advocates and Survivors
This guide is meant to help advocates assist their clients with the voting process. With recent law changes and court decisions, even the basics of how to cast a ballot can be very confusing The guide covers voter registeration, ID requirements and determining where to vote.