After the deadliest mass shooting in American history, lawmakers voted to block efforts to pass common-sense gun laws -- again. See how your senator voted, then call their offices to tell them how you feel about their decision.

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The mass shooting that left 49 people dead and more than 50 injured at a gay nightclub in Orlando was an attack on the LGBT community - an act of hate carried of gun. Sign the petition asking Congress to disarm hatred by keeping guns out of dangerous hands.

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Our movement to end gun violence just got loud — and hundreds of millions heard you. You helped us show millions of people just how powerful the movement to end gun violence is.

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President Obama has taken historic action on gun violence through a number of common-sense reforms. Let him know that you stand with him as he takes on the gun lobby and their allies in Congress.

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Acclaimed director Spike Lee sat down with several NBA All Stars and dozens of members of the Everytown Survivor Network to hear how this issue has affected them - and what they're doing to affect change.

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60 School Shootings

Read our Analysis of Mass Shootings

At least 57% of mass shootings surveyed were related to domestic or family violence. How many more until Congress decides to act?

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Hate Crimes, Terrorism, and the Connection to Weak Gun Laws

The Orlando shooting was a hate crime and an act of terrorism, perpetrated by a dangerous person who had been under investigation by the FBI and never should have had access to a gun.

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Call Your Senator

Use our tool to call your United States senator and demand action on gun violence that will prohibit suspected terrorists from legally buying guns, and to require background checks for all gun sales.

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