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Sandy Hook Elementary School: 10 Years Later

On December 14, 2012 twenty-seven innocent lives were taken at Sandy Hook Elementary due to a horrendous act of gun violence. Much to our continued heartbreak, countless other school shootings have followed.

Join us in community with Colorado Ceasefire and Colorado Faith Communities United to End Gun Violence (CFCU) Wednesday, December 14 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. We will meet at the First Baptist Church Denver (1373 Grant Street, Denver. Colo., near the south side of the Colorado State Capitol).

We will commemorate the many lives that have been unfairly lost due to gun violence.

Responding to Gun Rights Activists

Tom Mauser, whose son Daniel was killed at Columbine High School, has spent the last 20+ years working to reduce gun violence and helping parents, who, like him, have paid the ultimate sacrifice to the gun lobby.   Having heard just about every excuse/argument/diatribe from gun rights activists in opposition to common sense gun laws, he

Denver Prohibits Concealed Carry in City Properties

For Immediate Release                                          May 16, 2022            For Information Contact: Eileen McCarron                                            Denver Prohibits Concealed Carry in City Properties The city council of Denver, Colorado tonight voted

Sandy Hook Parents Win Gun Industry Suit

Historic settlement holding Remington Arms Accountable It is over nine years after the Sandy Hook shooting, but families of victims of the Sandy Hook shooting were finally awarded $73 million from Remington Arms, which manufactured the assault weapon used to kill 26 at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Remington Arms itself is bankrupt,