San Francisco steered the fight over increased gun control undeviatingly at the National Rifle Association this week, passing a resolution that indicates the organization as a “domestic terrorist organization.”
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted collectively to pass the resolution on Tuesday and advised other cities, states and the federal government to do the same.
Board member Catherine Stefani wrote the resolution in July after a gunman opened fire at a festival in Gilroy, California, killing four, including two children. There have been numerous deadly mass shootings across the country since then.
The resolution cites the NRA of spreading “misinformation and propaganda” and connects it to an “epidemic of gun violence” that’s accountable for more than 36,000 deaths and 100,000 injuries each year.
The National Rifle Association has responded to San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ unanimous vote via Twitter.