States Pass Gun Laws After Mass Shootings; Impact Unclear

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Mass shootings lead to a spike in new state gun laws. Whether the laws tighten or loosen curbs on guns laws depends on the dominant political party in the state. Harvard Business School researchers Deepak Malhotra and Chris Poliquin found 3,211 new state gun laws between 1990 and 2014,  NPR reports. After mass shootings, Republican-dominated states . . .

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