Daniel Webster

co-director of Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions

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Democrats tend to push for gun restrictions and assault rifle bans, while Republicans say it’s better to boost school security and/or arm teachers.

Solutions to school shootings: More gun laws or campus security?

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