Hinckley Inspired Gun Checks, Didn’t Cut Homicide Rate

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While some call the 1993 Brady law on gun buyer background checks --inspired by would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr., who was released Saturday--an "historic" step in gun control, research suggests it did not reduce firearm homicide rates.
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