Facing the unthinkable: Newtown shooting survivor to address Morris forum

Kaitlin Roig-Debellis survived the 2012 school massacre in Newtown, CT.

The ‘Active Shooter Response Summit’ is free, but registration is required.

Letter to the Editor: Frelinghuysen gun vote jeopardizes Morristown

Brady Campaign demonstration at Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen's Morristown office, Feb. 8, 2017. Photo by Bill Lescohier

By making it easier for persons with serious mental illness to obtain guns, Congress has made downtown Morristown a more dangerous place, the author contends.

Gun reform advocates bring concerns to Frelinghuysen office in Morristown

Brady Campaign demonstration at Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen's Morristown office, Feb. 8, 2017. Photo by Bill Lescohier

The Brady Campaign opposes a bill that would make it easier for residents of other states to carry concealed weapons in New Jersey.

Letter to the Editor: Why is Rep. Frelinghuysen arming the mentally ill?

ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE? Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11th Dist.) says it would help. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The author questions a vote by Greater Morristown’s congressman to scrap background checks for gun purchases by people with debilitating mental illness.

Frelinghuysen on gun laws, and Trump

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11th Dist.) speaks at Revolutionary Times Weekend on the Morristown Green, July 4, 2016. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘I don’t think there’s any need’ for civilians to have assault weapons, says the 11-term congressman. But he awaits House Speaker Paul Ryan’s lead on gun legislation.

Gun safety activists gather outside Frelinghuysen office for national protest

Craig and Margaret Babcock and Kathy Allen Roth joined a brie 'sit-in' outside Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen's office. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

They started the Independence Day weekend by exercising their right to free speech.

Morris moms bring gun safety concerns to Rep. Frelinghuysen

A mom delivers her concerns to Anthony Alvarez of Rep. Frelinghuysen's staff. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

In this case, failure IS an option, angry moms said.

Commentary: Orlando, guns and a culture of violence

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Guns DO kill people…and it’s way too easy for killers to obtain them, argues the author.

Morristown mayor ‘goes orange’ to curb gun violence

Everytown for Gun Safety is asking people who favor gun law reforms to wear orange on June 2. Photo: Everytown.org

Tuesday, June 2, is National Gun Safety Awareness Day. The campaign honors a slain Chicago teen.

Morristown greets Team 26, and its gun-reform message, for a fourth year

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Cyclists carry their message to Congress again, hoping it will be heard this time.