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Chicago, Illinois  – A coalition of organizations supporting stronger gun safety laws recently sent a letter to Speaker of the House Emmanuel “Chris” Welch urging the passage of HB 562 through the House after the Senate passed the legislation. The letter of support was sent as more Illinoisans were killed by gun violence, including a...
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54 Shot, 12 Dead, Including 15-Year-Old Dajon Gater In Lead Up To Historically Deadly Memorial Day Weekend. SPRINGFIELD — After the deadliest weekend in Chicago so far this year — 54 shot and 12 dead, including 15-year-old Dajon Gater — Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) Illinois issued the following statement: “Following the deadliest weekend of the year so...
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Dear Supporters and Friends, My name is Tre Bosley and I am a survivor of the unchecked community gun violence that claimed the life of my older brother, Terrell. Terrell was a promising musician who was killed at a church parking lot following band practice in 2006. Losing my brother to gun violence inspired me...
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SPRINGFIELD – Today Gun Violence Prevention PAC (G-PAC) Illinois is launching the “Our One Job” campaign, a digital advertising and grassroots advocacy effort to pass the Block Illegal Ownership and Fix the FOID Bill (BIO Bill) and curb the flow of illegal guns that cause too many preventable gun violence tragedies. The ads highlight the importance of...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:  Kathleen Sances  847-920-4722. For now is the time for Legislators to show more than thoughts and prayers to keep Illinois children, families, and communities safe from deadly gun violence As Illinois begins to reopen, we are returning to tragic headlines about senseless acts of violence with guns. Eight people were...
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The Gun Violence Prevention Political Action Committee (G-PAC) was founded by gun violence survivors
to counter the political influence of the gun industry and their lobby in Springfield.


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