In recent years, research reviews have begun to conclude there’s enough evidence to say which public health interventions prevent shootings, which do not, and which need more study.

Nearly non-existent not long ago, gun violence prevention research has experienced a small boom in the wake of mounting shooting deaths, expanded funding and burgeoning advocacy.

Dr. Rebecca Cunningham, as quoted in the Associated Press, discusses the importance of funding in firearm injury prevention research and how the field has grown.

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ABC News

The Hamilton Spectator

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The Observer

Local News 8

The Greenville Sun

Ground News


Lincoln Journal Star

Wisconsin State Journal


The Miami Times