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Gun Policy News


17 April 2007

New York Times

People who live in communities with a lot of guns are more likely to kill themselves, a new study says. The findings, the researchers say, add weight to the argument that when people have less access to guns, they are less likely to commit suicide. Earlier research raised the question of whether people intent on suicide would simply switch to another equally lethal method if unable to find a gun. In the new report, in the current issue of The Journal of Trauma,... (

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