Toledo, Ohio (WNWO)-- Toledo's mayor is trying to get other cities across the country to stand up to gun companies.
Wade Kapzukiewicz announced a new initiative this week that advocates for responsible gun ownership.
He says the city will only buy guns, ammo, and other equipment from vendors that answer the following six questions.
If companies cannot answer the questions successfully - the city will not do business with them.
"Everyone gives thoughts and prayers , hold a couple vigils, everyone forgets about it and two weeks later there's another one and that cycle has been going on for years," said Mayor Kapzukiewicz.
Toledo spends 150-thousand dollars a year on gun contracts with companies in Ohio, New Hampshire and Indiana.
The new initiative starts on contracts for 2019.