Lobby Day 2016 - Grandmothers visited legislators from 20 districts, delivered over 700 letters, testified and shared tea with First Lady Inslee in the Gov Mansion
Grandmothers at the Gov Mansion
Lobby Day 2016 - Grandmothers met with legislators and aides from 20 Districts - here is Rep Senn from the 41st
Rep Senn
Grandmothers head to Olympia for Lobby Day 2016, over 50 strong!
Bus to Lobby Day
Carmen Best, Deputy Chief of the Seattle Police Department spoke at Granmothers Meeting
Carmen Best
Grandmother on the march for gun safety
Grandmother on the Move
Grandmothers march in remembrance of all vicitms of gun violence
March in Remembrance – 3rd Anniversary of Sandy Hook
Rep Laurie Jinkins, WAGR Lobbyist and Legislative Aides stress the importance of Grandmothers' Voices
Panel on Legislation
Grandmothers at Nov Meeting with Crisis Clinic and Legislative Update
GAGV Meeting 2015
Senator Frockt spoke at Grandmothers' Family Day
Grandmother’s Family Day 2015
Grandmother Margy Heldring is present as Mayor Ed Murray signs into law two innovative gun sense ordinances
Mayor Murray signs 2 Gun Sense Ordinances

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GAGV works collaboratively with other groups to reduce gun violence.  We are an active, enduring, effective organization, and we show up, speak up and stand up for gun sense and responsibility.  Our strength is in our numbers and our persistence.  We are grass roots with deep roots and, as grandmothers, we seek a safer world for our children and for theirs.  Please join us!
OUR LOBBY DAY WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!  OVER 50 GRANDMOTHERS TOOK THE BUS TO OLYMPIA WHERE WE TALKED WITH LEGISLATORS AND AIDES FROM 20 DISTRICTS, DELIVERED OVER 700 LETTERS IN SUPPORT OF CHILD ACCESS PREVENTION AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDERS, TESTIFIED AT A SUICIDE PREVENTION HEARING AND SHARED TEA WITH FIRST LADY TRUDI INSLEE IN THE GOVERNOR’S MANSION.  WE ARE SHOWING UP AND SPEAKING UP FOR GUN SENSE LEGISLATION!