SIGN ON: Pass Red Flag Laws Nationwide

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Tell the Senate: pass a national red flag law!

In a shameful procedural maneuver this week, Republicans in the PA House of Representatives blocked a red flag law, along with other commonsense gun bills.

Red flag laws save lives by keeping guns out of the hands of those that threaten mass shootings, domestic violence, or suicide. 

On the national level, the House of Representatives has already passed a red flag law. The Senate must act now!

Sign the petition to the Senate: pass a national red flag law!

Guns are the #1 killer of children in Pennsylvania and nationwide.

And studies show that before mass shootings, family, friends, and law enforcement often see clear warning signs.

Overwhelming majorities of Americans support red flag laws. But they’re opposed by the powerful gun lobby and a small minority of extremists.

Join thousands of Americans and sign the petition to the Senate: demand a national red flag law!

Thanks for standing up.

– Turn PA Blue

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