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Actions, Policies, Principles, and Unarmed Civilian Protection

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The use of violence to address conflict is fertilizer for more violence in the future. We support nonviolent principles and practices to reduce and eliminate violence as an acceptable action. Our knowledge and use of nonviolence to address complex issues and conflicting viewpoints needs ongoing study, reflection, and practice.

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The three gun safety laws that have been introduced in the Michigan Senate- universal background checks, safe storage requirements, and extreme risk protection orders- are a start, but insufficient if we want state government to do all that it can to reduce gun violence...



-Dr. Chris Smith, MCPGV Chair

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