“Precious Little Data” On Gun Violence, Thanks To Congress’ Research Limits

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Gun violence is far more of a mystery than most people realize, says The Atlantic. Evidence that could be used to develop effective laws that might decrease deaths and injuries from firearms is severely lacking. It's partly the result of longstanding restrictions on federally funded gun-violence research. In the mid-1990s, Congress declared that funding at
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