Study: Gun Control Laws Have No Impact on Suicide, Homicide
The Violence Prevention Research Program (VPRP) at UC Davis and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health conducted a study about the impact California's gun control laws have had on homicide and suicide rates over the last 10 years.
Wait for it...
Researchers found that the Golden State's gun control laws had absolutely no impact. And, even more surprising, the study's lead researcher found that the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) is severely flawed.
Uh oh; Michael Moore isn't going to like this one bit.
"I don't think anyone can say this study was biased to Second Amendment advocates, and the findings show what we've argued all along: many laws that are passed only impact the law abiding.
The study really points to the fact that it is a lie and foolish to believe that those who break the law and commit horrendous crimes will somehow walk the straight and narrow if we just pass one more law. It doesn't work that way and we all know that."
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