The Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence (MCPGV) is an affiliate of States United to Prevent Gun Violence, a national non-profit organization focused on supporting state-based gun violence reduction policies and programs.

MCPGV and its partners work collaboratively to prevent gun violence through community education and the development of evidence-based policies.

Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence

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Nine out of ten Americans agree that we should have universal background checks, including 3 out of 4 National Rifle Association members... ​

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Find out what you can do to make a difference in the fight to end gun violence! Together we can work to keep our families and communities safe.

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GUNS DON'T BELONG IN THE CAPITOL.

The Michigan Capitol Commission voted unanimously to support a limited prohibition on citizen-carried firearms inside the state Capitol. However, this ban does not apply to the Capitol grounds or to individuals with conceal carry permits. While an important first step, the Capitol Commission has a long way to go. Show your support and urge your representatives to ban all citizen firearms on the Capitol grounds!

Let’s make our voices heard and put an end to this dangerous practice!

NEWS & FACTS

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The Latest Developments: The State Capitol Commission & the MI Legislature

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The Michigan State Capitol Commission’s Modest “First Step”

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The Invasion of the U.S. Capitol: Implications for Michigan

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