Hillary Clinton believes Americans need to be as worried about gun violence as they are about terrorism.
People magazine again calls on readers to call US Congress to discuss 'gun violence'
- Entertainment and celebrity gossip-focused People magazine on Wednesday once again waded into the gun control debate by publishing all 535 phone numbers for members of the House of Representatives and Senate, along with the Twitter handles for members who use the microblogging service.
"Below is a list with updated contact information for all 535 members of Congress so readers can make their voices heard on how to prevent gun violence," the magazine wrote, tying the call to action to the Jan. 6 fatal spree shooting in Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
The magazine also published congressional contact information in print and online after the October 2015 shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, the Observer reported.(Excerpt) Read more at: washingtontimes.com ...
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- Convicted domestic abusers can be barred from owning a gun even if their offenses were reckless, and not intentional, the Supreme Court said Monday.