Poll after poll shows near-universal support for some form of gun control, yet some politicians remain reluctant to cross the NRA. What are they so scared of?
The 12 politicians were identified by March On, which said they were in "winnable" districts.
A town hall meeting saw survivors ask: Will you stop taking money from the NRA?
NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch, a vocal advocate of Second Amendment rights, will speak at a gun debate with survivors from the Florida high school shooting.
Cruz is believed to have killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's opposition to gun control appears to stem from personal anecdotes and dubious data.
The National Rifle Association urged its nearly 500,000 followers to "buy your loved one a gun" on Valentine's Day as a teenager in Florida was opening fire on his former high school classmates with an AR-15 assault rifle.
A member of the Senate Intelligence Committee argued that the Senate should look into the suspected ties between Russia and the NRA.
The FBI is investigating whether a Russian banker funneled money to the Trump campaign through the NRA. The same banker had requested a meeting with Trump in 2016.
"There is no reason why addressing this crisis should come at the expense of our Second Amendment rights," Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Wagner said.
"It's a pleading, not a protest."
"Putin is deadly serious about building a good relationship with Mr. Trump," the offer read.
Some males find moral and emotional solace in their firearms.
The former Congresswoman who was shot in 2011 spoke with Newsweek about the small steps she's made in both recovery and gun reform.
Malta banned bump stocks.
The previous bill set the age at 12 years old, but the new bill leaves it up to parents.