UPDATE: Massachusetts Legislature Launching a Gun Law "Listening Tour"
Massachusetts Gun Law Listening Tour Stop THIS COMING MONDAY!
March 20, 2023
This Monday, March 20th the Massachusetts Legislature is holding the second stop on its Gun Law Listening Tour. This event will be concerning the nexus between guns and domestic violence in the Commonwealth and we encourage everyone who is concerned about their second amendment civil rights to attend. The event will be held in room ST-102 at the Ghosh Science Center at Worcester State University this Monday, March 20th from 6-8PM.
The event will consist of a panel discussion and then a question-and-answer period at the end. Per Representative Day’s office, the members of the panel will include: the Fitchburg Chief of Police, DA Early's Victim Witness Advocate lead, a representative from the Spanish American Center, a representative from the Worcester YWCA, and Eric Fleegler, a professor who has experience studying domestic violence and firearm policies.
Also, concerning the late notice about this event: we were only made aware that this event was occurring last night, March 16th. We have requested much more advanced notice about these events but short notice continues to be an issue. Please know that we release the information about these events as soon as we hear about them.
Also, if you are planning on attending the event, please take a look at the talking points we have on our website. We have been customizing them to meet the topics of the tour stops.
Below are some talking points and reports you may wish to use when speaking before the panel.
Suicide – where is the success
Gun Safety – where is the success
Crime – where is the success