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Congress Votes to Make it Easier for the Mentally Ill to Get Guns

Congress Votes to Make it Easier for the Mentally Ill to Get Guns

Congress is making it easier for mentally ill people to buy firearms, after the Senate voted 57-43 to approve to H.J.Res. 40 on February 16. The resolution, expected... Read More
Take Action to Oppose President Trump's Supreme Court Nomination

Take Action to Oppose President Trump’s Supreme Court Nomination

Please join NYAGV in opposing President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court. New York State’s gun laws are some of the strongest in the nation... Read More
"Anti-Valentine Variety Show" to Benefit NYAGV--Feb. 10 in Brooklyn

“Anti-Valentine Variety Show” to Benefit NYAGV–Feb. 10 in Brooklyn

Join us Friday, February 10, in Brooklyn for “An Anti Valentine Variety Show” by Love Every Note to benefit New Yorkers Against Gun Violence. The event–at the Firehouse Space in Williamsburg–is... Read More
Thanks for marching with NYAGV!

Thanks for marching with NYAGV!

Thanks to all those who came out January 21 to march with NYAGV in New York, Buffalo and Washington, DC, to send the message that smart gun laws save lives of women and all Americans!... Read More
March with NYAGV this Saturday in NYC, Buffalo and DC

March with NYAGV this Saturday in NYC, Buffalo and DC

Please join NYAGV this Saturday, January 21, for the women’s marches in New York City, Buffalo, and Washington, DC to send the message to stop violence against women in New... Read More
New York Scores High for Its Strong Gun Laws

New York Scores High for Its Strong Gun Laws

The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence has issued its 2016 Gun Law State Scorecard, and New York State again ranked high on the list for strong gun laws, with an A-... Read More
NYAGV Statement on the Passing of Detective Steven McDonald

NYAGV Statement on the Passing of Detective Steven McDonald

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence (NYAGV) today joins the New York City Police Department and fellow New Yorkers in mourning the passing of Detective Steven McDonald and in extending our deepest... Read More
Act Now to Keep Gun Shows Out of Westchester

Act Now to Keep Gun Shows Out of Westchester

Following a four-year hiatus after the Sandy Hook school massacre, Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino is again allowing gun shows at our county’s taxpayer-supported facilities. Please tell Westchester County’s elected officials... Read More