There is supportive evidence that child-access-prevention laws reduce firearm homicides and self-injuries among youth, and that shall-issue concealed-carry laws and stand-your-ground laws increase levels of firearm violence. The finding are from the third edition of a project the reviews existing scientific literature to assess the strength of available evidence about the effects of 18 commonly discussed gun policies.

Source: Evidence about gun policies grows and supports laws to reduce violence

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