How Traffickers Exploit the Patchwork of State Gun Laws


A new report from Brown University illustrates how varying state laws regulating firearms impact interstate gun trafficking patterns.

Using data on guns recovered in crimes, economist Brian Knight created a gun flow analysis for the 50 states, showing that guns tend to move from states with weak regulation to those with stricter laws, particularly when the states are in close proximity.

Click here to read the report.

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