Advocates Push Public Health Campaign To Combat Gun Violence

Advocates Push Public Health Campaign To Combat Gun Violence

What if we treated gun violence as a public health issue the way there were campaigns against drunk driving? Or safer sex practices during the HIV/AIDS pandemic? NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Daniel Webster, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research about what this would look like, and the political and personal challenges to doing research on gun violence.

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Advocates Push Public Health Campaign To Combat Gun Violence

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