June 2014

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Pediatricians Take on the NRA

Pediatricians Take on the NRA

(Excerpted in part from The Daily Beast May 15, 2014.) “The NRA and the AAP have been embroiled in a very public legal feud over the rights of doctors to talk with parents about gun safety.” For the past three decades, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) – with 62,000 members – has been an outspoken voice […]

Violence Policy Center Follows the Money Names the Names

Violence Policy Center (VPC) 2013 report, “Blood Money: How Gun Industry Dollars Fund the NRA,” reveals exactly who bankrolls the National Rifle Association (NRA). Faced with an ongoing decline in household gun ownership, the NRA has thrown its weight behind its gun industry benefactors. At their May 2013 annual meeting in Houston, Texas, the highest […]

19th Annual Luncheon Breaks All Records

19th Annual Luncheon Breaks All Records

CAGV’s 19th Annual Luncheon was a successful celebration and completely sold out with a waiting list. The Santa Barbara Club provided a delicious luncheon with perfect service. The Silent Auction, beautifully staged, was a resounding success and we were entertained by a terrific band, the Dos Pueblos High School Combo Black Cadillac (band photo below).

Hispanic Gun Deaths in America more than Double Rate for Whites

The Violence Policy Center’s (VPC) new comprehensive study Hispanic Victims of Lethal Firearm Violence in the United States, an in-depth focus on gun violence and Hispanics (a generalized term used to describe Latinos from all cultures), is based on data from the federal Centers for Disease Control, (CDC) as well as unpublished information from the […]

Data source: CDC National Center for Health Statistics, WONDER online database. Rates were calculated using census population estimates adjusted to the 2000 and 2010 US population.

Comparing Firearm Mortality Rates, California vs the Rest of the Nation 1990 – 2010

  California’s Firearm Homicide Rate Drops Below that of the Rest of the Nation As California tightened its gun laws, its firearm mortality rate declined dramatically. California’s firearm homicide rate peaked in 1993. Since then California’s rate declined by 64%, while the firearm homicide rate in the rest of the nation declined by only 42%. Courtesy […]

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