Vice President Joe Biden revealed that President Barack Obama might use an executive order to deal with guns.
Biden said that this is a moral issue and that “it’s critically important that we act.”
Gun-safety advocate groups:
• Arizona for Gun Safety
• Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence
• Campaign to Keep Guns off Campus & States United to Prevent Gun Violence
• Cease Fire Pennsylvania
• CT Against Gun Violence
• Cure Violence
• Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
• Mayors Against Illegal Guns
• Protect Minnesota
• Violence Policy Center
• Wisconsin Anti Violence Effort
Because of a scheduling conflict, a representative from Mothers in Charge will attend a meeting with White House officials at a later date.
Victims and survivors:
• Colin Goddard, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting
• Elilta Habtu, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting
• William Kellibrew, a witness to violence and founder, William Kellibrew Foundation
• Annette Nance-Holt, the mother of a victim of gang violence
• Lonnie Phillips, the stepfather of an Aurora, Colo., shooting victim
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President Barack Obama is “determined to take action” against gun violence and is considering executive orders aimed preventing attacks like last month’s massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday.