Regulating Gun Sales
An Excerpt from Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis
Introduction by Michael R. Bloomberg
As the debate on gun control continues to take center stage, evidence-based research is at the forefront to answer the question, How do we reduce gun violence? Arguably the biggest gun policy reform under consideration today is the regulation of firearm sales and stopping the diversion of guns to criminals. This selection from Reducing Gun Violence in America presents compelling evidence that stronger purchasing laws and better enforcement of these laws result in lower gun violence.
Additional material includes an introduction by Michael R. Bloomberg and Consensus Recommendations for Reforms to Federal Gun Policies from the Johns Hopkins University.
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