Alcohol Abuse Linked to Gun Crimes in New Study

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Gun owners who have been convicted of an alcohol-related offense, such as driving under the influence or drunk and disorderly conduct, are up to five times as likely to be arrested for a violent or firearm-related crime than those who have not, says new research reported by The Trace. The study from the Violence Prevention Research Program at the University of California, Davis found . . .

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