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5 March 2009

University of Chicago Chronicle, Vol 28 No 11, Report

In addition to the human cost of gun violence, felt so wrenchingly on Chicago's streets and in its homes, a new report from the University's Crime Lab examines the social costs that amount to $2.5 billion per year, or roughly $2,500 for every household in the city. The report sets the stage for a new Crime Lab initiative to find and support innovative ideas for preventing gun violence among young people, then rigorously evaluate the programs to see what works best and... (GunPolicy.org)

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