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On March 31, 1981, Jim “the Bear” Brady was shot in the head in the assassination attempt on President Reagan. That one bullet changed the course of history, igniting the fight for the Brady Bill and shaping the modern movement to end gun violence in America.

Many Americans vividly remember watching the news that day. For this podcast episode, Brady President Kris Brown and VP of Legal Jon Lowy talk with host JJ about the legacy that followed (and continues!) today.

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