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Gun Victims Take on Lawmakers Over Failure to Close Gun Show Loophole

The Columbine and Pentagon shooters exploited a loophole that allowed them to purchase guns without a background check. Now their victims and their families are pressing their representatives for change.
Jul 31, 2020

Gun Victims Take on Lawmakers Over Failure to Close Gun Show Loophole

Gun Victims Take on Lawmakers Over Failure to Close Gun Show Loophole

The Columbine and Pentagon shooters exploited a loophole that allowed them to purchase guns without a background check. Now their victims and their families are pressing their representatives for change.
The Columbine and Pentagon shooters exploited a loophole that allowed them to purchase guns without a background check. Now their victims and their families are pressing their representatives for change.
Jul 31, 2020

Progressive groups get ready to fight Minnesota marriage amendment

Progressive groups get ready to fight Minnesota marriage amendment

While Minnesota for Marriage gears up outreach to conservative churches and pastors and recruitment of “church captains” in effort to pass a constitutional amendment barring same-sex marriage, Minnesotans United for All Families is doing the same with progressive people of faith. The coalition is hosting a series of trainings on how to defeat the amendment in 2012. On Sept
While Minnesota for Marriage gears up outreach to conservative churches and pastors and recruitment of “church captains” in effort to pass a constitutional amendment barring same-sex marriage, Minnesotans United for All Families is doing the same with progressive people of faith. The coalition is hosting a series of trainings on how to defeat the amendment in 2012. On Sept
Jul 31, 2020

Missouri reverses position on use of HIV client acknowledgment form for exposure law

Missouri reverses position on use of HIV client acknowledgment form for exposure law

KANSAS CITY, MO. — After a Michigan Messenger investigation, Missouri is no longer requiring HIV-positive individuals to sign a document acknowledging the state’s reckless exposure law in order to for those persons to qualify for federally funded medical programs. “That particular form that’s used in case management will be eliminated,” said Michael Herbert, HIV program director for the Missouri Department of Human and Senior Services
KANSAS CITY, MO. — After a Michigan Messenger investigation, Missouri is no longer requiring HIV-positive individuals to sign a document acknowledging the state’s reckless exposure law in order to for those persons to qualify for federally funded medical programs. “That particular form that’s used in case management will be eliminated,” said Michael Herbert, HIV program director for the Missouri Department of Human and Senior Services
Jul 31, 2020

Fundraising Email of the Day

Fundraising Email of the Day

It’s all in the lede of this one from Marco Rubio, the conservative Florida Republican who’s running against Gov. Charlie Crist (R-Fla.) in next year’s Senate
It’s all in the lede of this one from Marco Rubio, the conservative Florida Republican who’s running against Gov. Charlie Crist (R-Fla.) in next year’s Senate
Jul 31, 2020
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