Dr. April Zeoli, associate professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Policy Core Director at U-M’s Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention, testified on firearm injury prevention policy before a Congressional forum held by the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force in Washington, DC, on June 5.

During her testimony, Dr. Zeoli highlighted several firearm laws that research evidence has shown are associated with reductions in firearm death, including extreme risk protection orders, safe storage laws, firearm purchaser licensing laws, and extending domestic violence restraining order firearm restrictions to dating partners.

Listen to the discussion and learn more about Dr. Zeoli’s testimony.