Brian Malte

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

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Director of State and Federal Mobilization at the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

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In 42 states, it's now legal to openly carry a handgun. In all but two of them, the gun can be loaded.

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