69: How Extreme Risk Protection Orders Save Lives
To get to what ERPOs actually are, and how they are used to save lives, JJ is joined by Kelly Sampson, legal counsel at Brady, and Raul Campillo, a San Diego prosecutor, deputy attorney, and member of the city's GVRO unit.
31: A Giant Temper Tantrum
JJ is joined by JP, who has finally returned, and Joshua Scharff, Legal Counsel and Director of Programs at Brady. Together, the three break down the trend of so-called second amendment “sanctuary cities.”
19: Want to Really Thank a Veteran?
JJ is joined by Kyleanne Hunter and Ted Bonar, a clinical psychologist specializing in veterans, PTSD, depression, and gun safety.
17: Virginia is for Gun Violence Prevention Lovers
JJ, JP, and Christian team up to talk about Virginia elections — namely, how a gun violence majority got elected in Virginia for the first time on record. If Virginia is now a state for gun violence prevention lovers, what does that mean?
11: Killing Kate
Kate Ranta joins JJ and JP in studio to talk about her autobiography, Killing Kate: A Story of Turning Abuse and Tragedy into Transformation and Triumph, becoming a domestic violence and gun violence prevention activist, and what she'd like to see change in the US.
7: What Are Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs)?
Long time activist, author, and survivor Joan Peterson tells JP and JJ about her long history of being an activist, why extreme risk prevention orders need to be passed into law, why background checks matter, and even how to deal with trolls on the internet.
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