NY Official Who Investigated Gun-Liability Insurance Denied Immunity

Maria Vullo, the former superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services, is appealing a decision by a federal judge that says she is not entitled to qualified immunity after fining several companies that sold or underwrote “carry guard” policies because it is unclear whether she threatened the companies that business with the NRA.

Can Americans Keep Their Guns Safe?

In part two of a Special Report, TCR’s Cassie Chew interviews legislators, advocates and parents, including gun owners, who are mobilizing for stricter firearm storage laws.

Gun Violence Effects Reach Far Beyond Victims: Study

A study by the UC Davis Firearm Violence Research Center estimated that as many as two out of every three Californians have been exposed indirectly to gun violence in the course of their normal daily activities. “I would expect the situation would be worse in many other states,” says research leader Dr. Garen J. Wintemute.