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A $5 Gun Lock Can Save a Child's Life: Donate Today

A 17-year-old was killed accidentally when his friend was playing with a gun he thought was unloaded. Watch this heartbreaking story  http://bit.ly/2scHZ8C then Click here to support "Lock it for Love"   Gun  locks are $5 each...help us save kids' lives.  Help us buy one or more locks!

Tell Senator Blunt Today to Oppose Health Care Bill

Healthcare Rally/Constituent Meeting at Sen. Roy Blunt's Office June 28th,

11:30 AM -1:00 PM   7700 Bonhomme Ave, St Louis, MO 63105-1909

We will rally at 11:30, then a delegation will go into Blunt's office to say how this bill will affect their lives. The rally will continue outside with speakers and a "die in".

Register here

And also.... Keep calling Blunt:
Call Senator Blunt now to let him know you oppose this bill 202-224-5721. Click here for more information.

 

Tell Congress: Pass Extreme Risk Protection Order Legislation!

Extreme risk protection orders (ERPOs) allow law enforcement to temporarily keep guns out of the hands of those who have shown warning signs of gun violence.  Click here for petition

Legislature Saves Health Services for Seniors & People with Disabilities

Click here to thank legislators for voting to keep services.

Urge Gov Greitens to Veto Discrimination Bill

SB 43 is headed to Gov. Greitens.  Click here to tell him to veto this bill that makes it easier for employers to discriminate.

read more about the bill

Urge Congress to Support the EPA

Click here to urge the US House to reject a bill which would terminate the EPA.

The Latest

22 Million to Lose Health Insurance

The Senate bill to replace Obamacare will change Medicaid financing.  Read more

 

More Than 700 Gun Locks Given Away  This Month!

It's been a busy summer for "Lock it for Love" 

read about it here

 

Gun Violence is Focus of St. Louis Safety Group Meeting 

Read here

 

Abortion Measures Advance in Special Session

Just after midnight on Thursday, they voted 20-8 to send a bill outlining stricter regulations on abortions to the House and then adjourned until June 22.

The House, meanwhile, also debated legislation in a committee room with an eye on bringing a final version to the full House next week.

read more here
See Planned Parenthood Advocates statement and more by clicking here

MO Voter ID Law News

The  MO Voter Protection Coalition called on Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft to provide more information to the estimated 220,000 Missourians who currently lack a state-issued photo identification. Ashcroft syas opponents of law are running a "misinformation campaign."  Advocacy Groups file lawsuit to temporarily block implementation of the new law.  Read more here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Racial Justice Book Club

August 10  2017 at 5:OO PM

Location To Be Determined

Join us for a discussion of Power Concedes Nothing by Connie Rice

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