Links to Information and Organizations
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Be a Voter: http://www.beavoter.org/
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence: http://csgv.org
Common Cause: http://www.commoncause.org
Congressional Email Directory: http://www.webslingerz.com/jhoffman/congress-email.html
Connecticut Against Gun Violence: http://www.cagv.org
Do it for the kids : http://www.doitforthekids.org
First Monday 2000: http://www.firstmonday2000.com
Gun Free Kids: http://gunfreekids.org
Hand Gun Control Inc.: http://www.handguncontrol.org
Legal Community Against Violence: http://www.lcav.org
Move On: http://www.moveon.org/
National MMM:   http://www.millionmommarch.com
North Carolinians Against Gun Violence: http://www.ncgv.org
New Yorkers Against Gun Violence: http://nyagv.org
Paper People Project: http://www.paperpeopleproject.com
Thomas  Legislative Information on the Internet: http://thomas.loc.gov/
S.A.F.E. Colorado: http://www.safecolorado.org
Violence Policy Institute: http://www.VPC.org
VOTE SMART: http://www.vote-smart.org
Working Assets - Working for change: http://www.workingforchange.com/

Gun Laws in the U.S. - state-by-state interactive map that summarizes gun laws
across the U.S. From CNN.

Outgunned: How the Network News Media Are Spinning the Gun Control Debate - report that alleges a pro-gun control bias in the media. From the Media Research Center, a media watchdog organization, January 5, 2000.

Firearm Injury Center - provides objective data and analysis of firearms, and firearm injuries. Includes safety data sheets, and a glossary of handgun and handgun safety terminology.

Furor over Firearms - special report on gun control law in Canada, with sections that examine the American experience and the problem of cross-border gun smuggling. From CBC News.

Gun Control vs. Gun Rights: The Issue - report on the gun debate and campaign money, from the Center for Responsive Politics.

Gun Laws, Gun Control and Gun Rights - academic site covering the many legal issues involved in the ongoing debate. From JURIST: The Law Professors' Network.

Journalist's Guide to Gun Policy Scholars and Second Amendment Scholars -academic writings of those who are skeptical of gun control.

Mandatory Gun Show Background Check Act - June 17 House debate on H.R.2122 to require background checks at gun shows. The House voted 218-211 for a plan to require only 24 hours for background checks of buyers at gun shows.
 

 

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