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02.27.18

Several modest proposals to improve safety, reduce gun violence, and make Americans happy

By Eric A. Friedman

Over the past month or two, we’ve heard some proposals, both innovative and long-standing, to address violence and joblessness. Let’s start with the President’s suggestion that immigrants who enter our country – whether through several legal immigration routes or as unaccompanied minors – are a great threat to our safety. The proposed solutions are to […]

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01.06.16

Public Health: A Missing Link in the Executive Action to Reduce Gun Violence

By Aliza Glasner

This post was written by O’Neill Institute Faculty Director, Lawrence O. Gostin and O’Neill Institute Associate, Aliza Glasner. Questions about this post can be directed to gostin@law.georgetown.edu or ayg8@law.georgetown.edu.   Yesterday, President Obama took a modest, but critical first step to strengthen America’s existing regulatory framework aimed at preventing firearm-related injuries and deaths. Speaking from […]

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02.22.13

God Bless America, a Nation Founded by Men Who Could Not Foresee the Glock and the 33 Round Clip

By O’Neill Institute

This post was written by Katherine Record, Senior Fellow at the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation.  Any questions or comments about this post can be directed to krecord@law.harvard.edu. Two years ago, former U.S. representative Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others were shot in plain daylight at a political rally in Tucson, […]

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