Gun deregulation in the U.S.
An elementary school in Uvalde, Texas is the latest site of a mass shooting in the U. S. claiming the lives of 19 children and two adults. This comes two weeks after a racially motivated shooter in Buffalo, New York took the lives of 10 people at a supermarket. With mass shootings on the rise, why are more states relaxing their gun laws?
We’ll look at the history of gun deregulation in the U.S.
- Darrell Miller, Law professor and Co-Director of the Center for Firearms Law, Duke University School of Law
- Anna Staver, statehouse reporter, USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
- Cassandra Crifasi, Deputy Director of the Center for Gun Violence Solutions, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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