Bangor Daily News: A harm reduction strategy for guns makes the most sense

The mass shootings at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College earlier this month reignited the debate over guns and gun violence in the United States. Much social science evidence suggests that America’s widespread firearm ownership increases, rather than decreases, its deaths and injuries caused by gun violence. I cite this evidence not to make the case for gun control but instead the case for gun safety.

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