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Using FBI data and media reports, Everytown for Gun Safety developed an analysis of mass shootings that took place between January 2009 and July 2014.

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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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Guns and Violence Against Women

Learn about how our country’s weak gun laws allow domestic abusers and stalkers to continue buying and owning firearms.

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A woman reacts after paying tribute to the victims of an elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 15, 2012. A young gunman slaughtered 20 small children and six teachers on December 14 after walking into a school in an idyllic Connecticut town wielding at least two sophisticated firearms.   AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel DUNAND        (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

There have been at least 74 school shootings since Newtown

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