Sign if you agree: No guns for abusers who commit domestic violence

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After the Republican congressional baseball practice shooting, it didn't take long for the media to dive into the alleged shooter James T. Hodgkinson. The right-wing media is trying to politicize the shooting, claiming his support of Bernie Sanders is the problem.

They're wrong. Hodgkinson has a sordid history that includes something many mass shooters possess: past acts of domestic violence, including an arrest for horrific acts including hitting his foster daughter and punching her friend in the face.

With a recent analysis showing that 54% of mass shootings involve domestic violence—and 43% of mass shooters possessing a history of violence, pushing for policy to taking away gun rights from domestic abusers is a no-brainer.

Sign the petition if you agree: Guns have no business in the hands of people who commit domestic violence.

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