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The right to bear arms established under the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is often misunderstood and often misrepresented.
The Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence (RICAGV) is pleased to welcome its new slate of Board of Directors.
94% of RICAGV-endorsed candidates win seats in new General Assembly.
Dozens attended the party at the United Way of RI, a CGVPRI partner.
The decision strikes down a one-hundred-year-old law in New York state.
Dozen of supporters, advocates and lawmakers were on hand.
Key reforms pass with overwhelming support.
Well over 400 Rhode Islanders gathered to hear from RI high school and college students at the RI State House.
Saturday, June 11 at the RI State House, in conjunction with the national March for Our Lives event in Washington, DC.