Firearms violence prevention demands a public safety approach like regulation of motor vehicles

Each day, 28 U.S. children and teens —the equivalent of a high school classroom—die from gun violence, making it the No. 1 killer of youth through age 24. The national death rate is significantly higher than all other high-income countries combined, largely due to an alarming increase in suicides and homicides that do not make

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