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Three years ago today, I joined Rep. John Lewis and congressional Democrats in something historic: We sat down on the House floor and demanded bipartisan action to address gun violence.


By sitting down, we took a powerful stand.


Less than two weeks prior, our nation had witnessed the then-deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history: the rampage at Pulse Night Club. 49 people died that night, but still, Congress failed to act.




We’ve seen enough children murdered. Enough innocent people gunned down in our communities. Enough victims of domestic abuse killed. It’s time for common sense gun legislation.


I’m no longer Chairman of the House Democrats, but three years after the sit-in, my commitment to ending gun violence is stronger than ever.


As Attorney General, I’ve fought to stop 3-D printed guns, blocked deadly high-capacity magazines from entering our state, and have kept dangerous weapons out of the hands of people who are barred from holding them.


California is doing our part and it’s time for Republicans to do the same. 90% of Americans think we should have universal background checks to keep guns out of the wrong hands. If you agree, join the fight: 



The House sit-in showed us that when our voices come together, we can send a powerful message. Let’s keep raising our voices.






Xavier Becerra -- California Attorney General

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