Whether it's the shooting at Sandy Hook, at Virginia Tech, in Las Vegas, or the countless other mass shootings that happen every day in the United States, it seems like everyone has a solution. More guns. Fewer guns. Better mental health care. Restrictions on automatic weapons. The elephant in the room during each of these debates is that we don't actually know what would stop mass shootings. That's because U.S. legislation has effectively made it illegal to fund research into gun violence.
Between A Glock And A Hard Place
Why The Government Stops Gun Violence Research
Written by Ashley Hamer November 29, 2017
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