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TAKE ACTION! Call Your Legislative Reps to Support These Bills:

TAKE ACTION! Call Your Legislative Reps to Support These Bills:

The Coalition Against Gun Violence is asking our supporters to call and support these 6 bills below: • SB 55 (Jackson) Individuals who have committed two offenses driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances within a three-year period will not be able to purchase a firearm for 10 years. This bill is about […]

6TH ANNUAL NATIONAL VIGIL FOR VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE

6TH ANNUAL NATIONAL VIGIL FOR VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE

Coalition Against Gun Violence & Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara HOST AN INTERFAITH VIGIL SUNDAY, DEC. 9th • 5:30-6:30 pm Unitarian Society Sanctuary, 1535 Santa Barbara St December 14, 2018 marks the 6th anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shootings. Since that tragic day in Newtown, half a million Americans have been killed […]

SEPT ACTION ALERT! CALL GOV BROWN TO SIGN THESE GUN SAFETY BILLS

SEPT ACTION ALERT! CALL GOV BROWN TO SIGN THESE GUN SAFETY BILLS

TAKE ACTION! CALL GOVERNOR BROWN (916) 445-2841. Urge him to sign these gun safety bills into law today. When it comes to bills about gun safety, the Governor weighs his decision heavily on popular vote. Help CAGV see all of our hard work come to fruition. All bills must be signed by September 30. SB […]

SAVE THE DATE! SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018 CAGV 23rd Annual Celebration/Fundraiser

SAVE THE DATE! SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018 CAGV 23rd Annual Celebration/Fundraiser

CAGV is honored to host an amazing woman, Amy Barnhorst, MD, as keynote speaker for our 23rd Annual Celebration/Fundraiser on Sunday, April 29th at the Santa Barbara Club. Dr. Barnhorst is a highly sought-after speaker and expert on the Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO) and nationally known for her work in public health systems, firearms […]

California's Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO): A Model For National Legislation!

California’s Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO): A Model For National Legislation!

On May 23, 2014, a mentally ill man killed six students and wounded 13 in Isla Vista, UC Santa Barbara. The shooter had exhibited signs of violence, yet no legal mechanism was available to his parents or law enforcement to take preventative action. In response, the California legislature passed the Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO), […]

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