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André Picard Feb 14
‘I Remember the First Time I Saw a Teenager Die’ via
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Dr. Dena Grayson Feb 14
Replying to @fred_guttenberg
I’m so sorry that your daughter was taken from you, and I vow to fight with you and others for stricter gun laws so that NO parent ever again has to bury their own child because of .😢
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Dr. Dena Grayson Feb 14
One year ago in , these beautiful, innocent souls had their lives cut short because of . May they RIP, and may we work tirelessly for stricter gun laws, so that this NEVER happens again.🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡
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Dr. Dena Grayson Feb 14
Now that the is supporting ’s national “emergency” for a NON-emergency, the next Democratic should declare a national emergency for these TRUE emergencies: 👉🏼 👉🏼 👉🏼lack of universal healthcare coverage
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Feb 6
House Judiciary today held its first hearing on in 8 years. We are pushing hard for universal background checks via , and I believe we must remove assault weapons from our communities too.
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Jess Phoenix 🌋 Feb 6
Replying to @mattgaetz
Stop fearmongering by pointing at boogeymen & start addressing our uniquely homegrown epidemic of .
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Joseph N. Velasquez Feb 15
“Evidence collected over many years, obtained from many locations, indicates that the power of Prayer is insufficient to stop bullets from killing school children.”-Neil deGrasse Tyson
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JimmyBear  🐻   🇺🇸   🏳️‍🌈  🚀 15h
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Aud 💪🐾🥓 Feb 6
Replying to @mattgaetz
You are a cad. No wall would have stopped Aurora, Sandy Hook, Charleston, LV, Orlando.....no wall will stop the 40,000 lost each year to . But universal background checks will.
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Facts matter 21h
is a national emergency What are YOU doing to curb it?
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Feb 5
First, what we *didn’t* hear: Lots of survivors & families present, incl. my guest , but was mute on background checks, assault weapons, etc. He won’t be able to ignore us much longer.
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Dr. Disaster 1m
Replying to @MuslimIQ @missmayn
SNAFU as always in country.
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Joseph Sakran Feb 7
Instead of working across the aisle, Rep. polarized the conversation Hearing. As a victim of by an illegal alien, I can tell you that has nothing to do with the public health crisis we are facing. Love > Hate
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Governor Jay Inslee Feb 14
More than 1,200 people have lost their lives to gun violence in the 12 months since the shooting. Our nation’s youth have risen loudly to demand action, and we remain resolute in doing our part to keep our communities and children safe from the scourge of .
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Steve Benjamin Feb 17
As a father THIS. BREAKS. MY. HEART! Republican, Democratic, Independent & third party voters—-CITIZENS overwhelmingly support thoughtful gun reforms that help make our communities safer—we need to demand that federal & state policymakers take the lead.
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C. Jeffrey Smith 24h
We need a Wall. But not on the southern border. We need a Memorial Wall in D.C., listing the victims of our disgraceful level of . Like the Vietnam War Memorial, only much, much bigger & surrounding the Capitol Bldg.
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Trenton Bureau Feb 13
: Police on scene along Hudson Street in for report of one person shot.
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Steven Hudson 2h
Congress Took Action on for The First Time in a Decade
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Dutch Ruppersberger Feb 6
. held the first hearing in 8 years - one day after failed to mentioned this crisis at the . It’s not about taking guns away. It’s about common sense safety measures starting w/ background checks. My thoughts:
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Maria Alvarez Feb 16
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
> It was *not* school violence what took the lives of 17 human beings in Parkland Fl or the 40.000 lives lost it was easy access to guns & ppl qho shouldn't have them
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