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June 2017
Markey Supports Bicameral Resolution Establishing “National Gun Violence Awareness Day”
April 2017
Senator Markey & Rep. Maloney Introduce Legislation During National Public Health Week to Reduce Gun Violence
January 2017
Senator Markey Statement in Opposition to Supreme Court Nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch
November 2016
Senator Markey Praises Obama Administration’s Smart Gun Standards
August 2016
Senator Markey Continues to Urge Facebook to Increase Efforts to Curb Gun Sales
In Boston Globe Letter to the Editor, Massachusetts Delegation Stands United in Support for Attorney General
July 2016
Senator Markey and Rep. Gallego Introduce New Legislation to Prevent Accidental Gun Deaths
Senator Markey Statement on Dallas Police Officers Shooting
June 2016
Markey Leads Senators in Urging Senate Leadership to Support Funding for Gun Violence Prevention Research, Remove Anti-Gun Safety Riders from Appropriations Legislation
Senator Markey Calls for Up-Or-Down Vote on Collins Gun Compromise
Senator Markey on Gun Violence Prevention Legislation Votes: Senate Republicans Are Aiding and Abetting Mass Shooters
Senator Markey During Senate Dem. Filibuster on Gun Safety: “If You Cannot Fly, You Cannot Buy”
Markey Joins Feinstein Amendment that Would Stop Terrorists from Buying Weapons
Markey on Orlando Massacre: Enough Is Enough!
May 2016
Markey Supports Durbin Resolution Establishing “National Gun Violence Awareness Day” Introduced In House & Senate
April 2016
Senator Markey Applauds Obama Administration’s Efforts to Study, Expand Deployment of Smart Gun Technology
March 2016
Senator Markey Leads Call to End the Ban on CDC Gun Violence Research
January 2016
Democratic Senators and Leading Researchers Push for Funding Gun Violence Research at CDC
Markey to be Joined by Gun Violence Prevention and Opioid Addiction Recovery Leader John Rosenthal at State of the Union Address
Markey, Senate Democrats Call For Hearing On Funding Gun Violence Research At The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention To Help Identify Strategies To Prevent Senseless Gun Deaths In 2016 And Beyond
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