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Gun Policy News


4 August 2000

Chicago Tribune

The National Rifle Association is giddy over a new study that reports the federal Brady law has had little or no effect on gun violence. Well, hold on. The study doesn't prove the law is useless. There is a serious question whether the study proves anything at all. Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found no evidence that the landmark legislation imposing background checks on gun buyers had affected gun-related homicide and suicide... (

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