sound, sensible first steps to control gun violence today. Groups supporting gun control are enthusiastic about the President's proposals, which now are available, along with background material on the White House website. This is, of course, an issue AFJ has been concerned about for more than a decade. We began producing documentaries on the issue in 2000:
America up in Arms (2000):
And since the Newtown tragedy we've been using this Blog to share the views of experts and pull together resources for turning grief into action. We've grouped those posts here.
There is more perspective from Josh Sugarmann, Executive Director of the Violence Policy Center, an AFJ member. He writes in The Huffington Post that while we all know about the fanatical behavior of the National Rifle Association, the gun industry's trade association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation also has responded to the Newtown tragedy in a manner best described as appalling.