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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, June 29, 2022 G-PAC Applauds AG Raoul and Illinois State Police’s New Gun Data Portal  Chicago — The Gun Violence Prevention PAC released the following statement on Attorney General Kwame Raoul and Illinois State Police Director Brendan Kelly’s announcement of a new state-of-the-art online platform to assist law enforcement agencies in investigating gun crimes...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, June 24, 2022 G-PAC Applauds Congress for Passing Gun Violence Prevention Legislation After 28 Years of Inaction Gun Violence Prevention Advocates Call for Continued Federal Urgency Following SCOTUS Ruling Chicago — The Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) is applauding Congress for breaking their decades-long streak of inaction on gun legislation with the...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, June 23, 2022 G-PAC Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling that Permits Handguns in Public Spaces  Chicago — The Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) released the following statement in response to this morning’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that permits handguns in public spaces at the cost of public safety. “The Supreme...
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The 64-to-34 vote came just hours after Republicans and Democrats released the text of the legislation, which could become the most significant overhaul of the nation’s gun laws in decades. By Emily Cochrane and Annie Karni    |   Published June 21, 2022Updated June 22, 2022, 5:43 p.m. ET WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday cleared the first hurdle to...
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COOK COUNTY, Ill. — The first Cook County Gun Violence Prevention and Reduction grants haven been awarded, totaling $14 million. The program is funded by the American Rescue Plan Act and aims to aid communities in Cook Co. which are most impacted by gun violence. The five programs receiving this first round of grants are:...
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For everyone involved in the gun violence prevention movement, the last month has been one that has made an impact on each of us. Whether it was the violence we saw in Buffalo or Uvalde, or on our own streets here in Illinois, we know that we must take action to ensure that our communities...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sunday, June 19, 2022 State’s Largest Gun Safety PAC Endorses Congressman Danny Davis Cites proven record of courageous leadership The Gun Violence Prevention Political Action Committee (G-PAC) announced today the endorsement of Congressman Danny Davis in the democratic primary for the 7th District. “Congressman Davis has been a reliable and fearless leader...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, June 2, 2022 G-PAC Urges Illinoisans to Wear Orange on Gun Violence Awareness Day, Calls for Urgent Federal Action  Chicago — June is Gun Violence Awareness Month, and the Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) is urging Illinoisans to wear orange in honor of those that we’ve lost to gun violence and is...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, May 24, 2022 G-PAC STATEMENT ON TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING CHICAGO – The Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) is issuing the following statement in response to the second-deadliest school shooting at an elementary school in American history. “G-PAC is horrified to see reports out of Texas that an eighteen-year-old got his hands on...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Wednesday, May 18, 2022 ILLINOIS BECOMES FIRST STATE IN THE MIDWEST TO MAKE GHOST GUNS ILLEGAL WITH GOV. PRITZKER’S SIGNATURE  CHICAGO – Life-saving legislation pushed by survivors and advocates, including the Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC), was signed into law today by Governor JB Pritzker, making ghost guns illegal in Illinois — the...
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