Sen. Richard Blumenthal
Sen. Ed Markey
Gov. Ralph Northam
Rep. Earl Blumenauer
Rep. Matt Cartwright
Rep. Jim Himes
Rep. Jim McGovern
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, candidate for governor
Attorney General Mark Herring
Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum
Perry Gershon, candidate for Congress
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, candidate for Congress
Harley Rouda, candidate for Congress
Alliance for Gun Responsibility
Ban Assault Weapons NOW
Connecticut Democratic Party
Democratic Attorneys General Association
Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee
Grassroots Victory PAC
Oregonians for Safe Gun Storage
Recently, several attorneys general filed a lawsuit to keep blueprints for 3D-printable guns off the internet – and out of the wrong hands.
This is an important step, but 3D-printed guns are only part of an increasingly worrying problem. More and more companies are selling kits for manufacturing "ghost guns." These dangerous weapons are growing in popularity, and they circumvent many of the laws that apply to traditional firearm purchases. In many cases, no background check is required to obtain one, and ghost guns are by nature untraceable.
Already, people have died at the hands of ghost guns, and lawmakers should take their increasing prevalence seriously. Add your name today to tell Congress: Take action against ghost guns!