Did Missouri’s Easing Gun Access Contribute To More Gun Murders?

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For decades, Missouri had one of the nation's strongest measures to keep guns from dangerous people: a requirement that all handgun buyers get a gun permit by undergoing a background check in person at a sheriff's office. The legislature repealed that in 2007 and approved other changes, including, last year, lowering the legal age to
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