Gabby Giffords

Now is the time to take positive action to keep America safer. Do not wait. The nation is counting on you.

Ms. Giffords survived an assassination attempt in 2011 which left the right side of her body paralyzed, damaged language centers in her brain, but also catalyzed her to passionately work to end gun violence. This week, Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly, spoke publicly about the mass shooting in Las Vegas and pain that is all too familiar for our country. We join Gabby in calling on Congress to step-up and take on sensible gun violence legislation. We honor your courage and conviction Gabby. You are an inspiration!