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The recent mass shooting at the mall in Greenwood, Indiana, understandably generated significant news media attention to the shopper who used his concealed weapon to kill the shooter and thereby limit the number of shooting victims. Inevitably, there will be arguments that echo the (in)famous statement by the head of the National Rifle Association who said, “The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun”

The Hero with the Gun? Be Wary and Beware




June 23, 2022. A date that will live in history—and perhaps infamy—for gun law and policy. One development was expected. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to expand the Second Amendment to include a right to carry firearms outside of one’s home. The other development would have been completely unexpected prior to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. Namely, the U.S. Senate enacting a bill with very modest new regulations concerning firearms.

A Monumental Day for Law and Policy on Guns





The tragic Robb elementary shooting in Uvalde, TX calls our attention to the news media’s temporary focus on the scourge of gun violence. We should take note of the information produced at this moment before national attention moves again to other issues.

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