Summary Of Gun Control

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The professor and director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health named Daniel Webster, believes that federal universal background checks for gun purchasers would reduce deaths from firearms. He thinks that Individuals with mental illness, criminal records and a history of domestic violence -- as well as those under the age of 20 -- should be barred from purchasing guns, Webster said. In the year of 2007 Missouri repealed restrictive laws, later on the rate for gun homicide had increased to 25 percent. The annual record of deaths from firearms is 31,000, 60 percent is caused by suicide, and there is a small proportion from accidental cause. Another study states that 80 percent of inmates who have

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