Illinois Gun Violence Prevention Coalition

Statement

Protecting our children, families and communities from gun violence

The Illinois Gun Violence Prevention Coalition (ILGVP) advocates for common sense, evidence-based gun violence prevention measures that will save lives in Illinois.

The Coalition achieves this mission through building grassroots outreach, supporting legislative policies to reduce easy access to firearms, and working in partnership with key stakeholders, including faith and community groups, families and survivors of gun violence, law enforcement, and elected officials to end the gun violence crisis in Illinois.

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  • Daily Bulletin: Study Finds Youth Suicide Rates Are Higher in States With More Guns January 18, 2019
    Happy Friday, Bulletin readers. A study found that youth suicides are higher in states with more gun-owning households. A U.S. appeals court says it can’t compel the Pentagon to turn over more criminal records to the federal gun background check system. And the governor of Illinois signed a licensing bill for gun dealers that was vetoed […]
  • Senators Overseeing Two NRA-Russia Probes Are Top NRA Allies January 18, 2019
    Two Senate committees investigating Russian efforts to influence American politics through the National Rifle Association are led by Republican senators who have long received campaign support and donations from the gun group and its leaders. While that might raise questions about the integrity of the investigations, Democrats close to the probes tell The Trace and […]
  • Daily Bulletin: A Charleston Survivor Testifies at the Attorney General Hearings January 17, 2019
    Good morning, Bulletin readers. In today’s briefing: After a backlash, Roku has reversed its decision to allow a Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist to stream on its platform. A proponent of gun reform is replacing a self-proclaimed “NRA sellout” as the official in charge of overseeing gun permitting in Florida. Plus, two people are dead and […]
  • Daily Bulletin: Now a Gun Startup Wants to Make 3-D Printed Bullets January 16, 2019
    Good morning, Bulletin readers. In today’s news sweep: A crowd-funding campaign for 3D-printed ammo, new trouble for the NRA’s controversial self-defense insurance, and fresh evidence that red flag laws can disarm volatile gun owners. Receive this daily news briefing by email every morning. Sign up here. WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Libertarian gunsmiths hope to skirt […]