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Did you know that gun violence costs our country an estimated $229 billion each year? (By the way, that’s a conservative estimate.)

Mass shootings like last Sunday’s massacre in Las Vegas should never be accepted as normal, so we can’t afford to stand idly by.

That’s why Dr. Ed is calling on Congress to take immediate action to reduce the epidemic of gun violence that claims over 33,000 lives each year in this country by passing common sense gun safety regulations.
Please join us in taking action now.


Team Dr. Ed

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From: Team Dr. Ed

An average of 93 Americans die and over 200 are injured by gun violence every day. The US gun homicide rate is 25.2 times higher than other high-income countries.

These figures represent real people and their loved ones left behind to pick up the pieces.

It’s time to end this epidemic of violence. Dr. Ed wants to build on the progress we’ve made enacting strong gun safety laws in California.

Will you join him in standing up to the corporate gun lobby and those who profit from gun violence and urge Congress to take immediate action?



Team Dr. Ed

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From: Dr. Ed Hernandez

As the nation reels from the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, Californians and Americans are stepping up to honor the victims, survivors, and loved ones of the attack in Las Vegas with action on common sense gun laws.

Although no regulation can prevent all gun violence, states with stronger gun laws have lower rates of gun violence. That’s why, as a State Assemblymember and State Senator here in California, I’ve supported some of the strongest gun safety legislation in the nation, and we have one of the lowest rates of gun-related deaths in the country.

But gun safety laws are only as strong as the weakest link, and lax gun safety laws in other states put us all at risk.

Will you join me in calling on Congress to take immediate action on common sense gun safety reform like requiring background checks on all gun sales, banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, providing adequate funding for gun violence prevention research, and repealing gun industry immunity from lawsuits?


Dr. Ed