Representatives Moskowitz, Frost, Goldman, Urge Congressional Leadership to Immediately Hold Classified Briefing for Members of Congress on Mass Shootings

Call comes after thirty-nine mass shootings have already occurred in 2023, including the brutal murder of 18 in California from back-to-back shootings

Washington, DC

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Representatives Jared Moskowitz (D-Florida), Maxwell Alejandro Frost (D-Florida) and Dan Goldman (D-New York) sent the following letter to Congressional Leadership urging them to immediately organize a classified briefing for Members of Congress on mass shootings in America.

With these tragic events becoming so common, Moskowitz, Goldman, and Frost are concerned that Members of Congress have become desensitized to the true horror of each one and the impact they have on the victims, their loved ones, and the community. 

A copy of the letter is found here.

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