CT Against Gun Violence

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GROUP LETTER: Fazio makes false claims about police accountability bill

“At a candidate debate last week, Fazio recalled his prediction last year that the bill would lead to a ‘massive precipitation of crime and violence’ and then pointed to the sharp increase in gun homicide in Connecticut during the pandemic as proof of his assertion. There’s just one inconvenient truth for Fazio: the accountability provisions he calls “awful” don’t go into effect until 2022.” Continue Reading →

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Letter: Get involved in grassroots movement for gun violence prevention

“There are two bills now before the CT General Assembly, to ban bump stocks and regulate ghost guns. The Las Vegas shooter used a bump stock to kill 58 and injure more than 500 concertgoers in just 11 minutes. Ghost guns are kits available online to make guns at home while evading state and federal gun laws.” – Jonathan Perloe Continue Reading →

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Greenwich’s Jonathan Perloe joins staff of CAGV as Director, Programs & Communications

In his new position, Perloe will be responsible for managing programs and events to educate Connecticut citizens about the public health crisis of gun violence and for leading grassroots outreach to cultivate and guide the advocacy efforts of CAGV supporters. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Council Against Gun Violence Rally Set for Saturday at TownHall

This year the GCGV rally for Team 26 is in partnership with Stamford-based The ENOUGH Campaign and the Brady Campaign Southwestern CT Chapter. Speakers at Saturday’s rally at Greenwich Town Hall will include Congressman Jim Himes, Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman and the Greenwich YWCA Director of Domestic Abuse Services, Suzanne Adam. The rally is at Greenwich Town Hall on Saturday, March 28, 12:30-2:00pm. Continue Reading →

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