Josh Sugarmann

Violence Policy Center

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Executive director of the Violence Policy Center; a gun-control advocacy group based in Washington, DC

Josh Sugarmann on KCRW

In just over two years since 26 killings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there've been 100 school shootings: one every five weeks.  Congress has done nothing, but in…

America's Gun Debate Continues: With Schools in the Crossfire

In just over two years since 26 killings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there've been 100 school shootings: one every five weeks.  Congress has done nothing, but in…

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The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at  Virginia Tech  has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

Could Risk Assessment Have Prevented Virginia Tech Tragedy?

The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at Virginia Tech has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

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