David Hemenway

Harvard School of Public Health

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Director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center at the Harvard School of Public Health, and author of Private Guns, Public Health

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With Republicans in the majority, gun control has almost no chance on Capitol Hill. But last week's mass killing in Oregon has changed the political calculus.

Gun Control, Back on the Front Burner

With Republicans in the majority, gun control has almost no chance on Capitol Hill. But last week's mass killing in Oregon has changed the political calculus.

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