Tell Congress to protect women from violent partners and stalkers
Because of the Violence Against Women Act and subsequent updates to the law, women are safer: Individuals who are under domestic violence protection orders or have misdemeanor domestic violence convictions can't legally buy or own guns. But our laws don't address dating partner abuse, and allow convicted stalkers to still have guns. These glaring loopholes put women at risk.
States United to Prevent Gun Violence and the Campaign to Keep Guns Off Campus are partnering to deliver the message: "It's time for Congress to build on the legacy and success of the Violence Against Women Act by closing the loopholes that let dangerous stalkers and abusive dating partners buy guns."