Amy Schumer has said she thinks about the two movie goers who died in Louisiana while watching her film, Trainwreck, on a daily basis.
And now she's trying to do something that ensures no one will ever need to think about victims such as this ever again.
Together with New York Senator Chuck Schumer, the comedian held a press conference on Monday that unveiled a three-part plan aimed at making it more difficult for violent criminals and the mentally ill to obtain guns.
"We're here today to say enough is enough to mass shootings," Schumer told reporters.
According to The Associated Press, the proposed legislation would create financial rewards for states that submit all required records to the background check system.
In turn, states that do not take this step would be face a punishment.
The plan also calls on Congress to preserve mental-health funding and substance-abuse programs.
On July 23, two were left dead and nine injured after a gunman opened fire during a screening of Trainwreck.