Thursday marks two years since the mass shooting at Oxford High School on Nov. 30, 2021, that killed four students and injured seven others.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed bills into law that aim to keep guns out of the hands of violent abusers. Advocates say they’ll help protect survivors.
The Michigan House voted to advance a series of bills that would keep guns out of the hands of violent abusers. Advocates say they’ll help protect survivors—and stop domestic violence before it has a chance to turn deadly.
A Lansing gun buyback event was part of a growing trend: Community members coming together to reduce the number of guns in their communities.
Shannon Watts, founder emerita of Moms Demand Action, a group working to stop gun violence, told The Washington Post that the creation of an Office of Gun Violence Prevention is “a significant turning point” for the gun safety movement.