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Editorial: To reduce gun violence, kick-start research

Every mass shooting, most recently the slaughter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, brings a familiar and usually fruitless call and response. Gun control advocates urge tighter laws; gun rights advocates argue that those measures are too harsh or won't work.

What's missing from this debate is persuasive studies that provide strong evidence of strategies proven to

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