States With Loose Gun-Carry Laws Tied to Higher Death Rates

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States that have some of the tightest laws regulating who can carry a concealed handgun have significantly lower rates of handgun homicides than states with more lax handgun permitting laws, says a new study from Boston University published in the American Journal of Public Health, reports WBUR radio. A central question in the debate about how to reduce gun violence is whether laws that make . . .

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