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Committee on the JudiciaryIntroducedOctober 23rd, 2019
- senate Committees
Everyday gun violence in the U.S., particularly urban communities, harms thousands of Americans — particularly minority and low-income individuals. While the gun violence debate has focused on mass shootings, this daily violence kills far more Americans each year. Evidence-based gun violence interventions and prevention programs designed to interrupt cycles of violence have been found effective in preventing this everyday violence, and should be supported by the federal government.
Gun violence; communities impacted by gun violence; gun violence prevention; evidence-based gun violence intervention and prevention programs; and federal funding to support evidence-based gun violence intervention and prevention programs.