Today’s public service announcements on gun safety feel somewhat sanitized. None really captures the horrifying physical and emotional damage caused by guns.
In the years after the assault weapons ban went into effect, the number of deaths from mass shootings fell, and the increase in the annual number of incidents slowed down.
How The NRA Evolved From Backing A 1934 Ban On Machine Guns To Blocking Nearly All Firearm Restrictions Today
The mass shootings at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket and an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas are stirring the national debate over guns. Many Americans are blaming the National Rifle Association for thwarting stronger gun laws.