School Shootings Less Likely In States With Background Checks For Guns And Ammunition – Forbes

In another week, it will be the fourth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, an incident seared into the minds of parents across the U.S. who cannot forget that 20 first-graders were gunned down in what should be a safe space for learning. Now a new study looks at what state-level factors might play a role in the likelihood of such incidents at other schools, colleges and universities. (read more)

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