Watch the recording of the event and learn more about the new laws

U-M livestream: What the state’s new gun laws mean for Michigan residents

DATE: Noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22

EVENT: “Michigan’s New Firearms Laws: What You Should Know”

Experts from the University of Michigan Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention will discuss Michigan’s new gun laws and what they mean for families, firearm owners, law enforcement, health care workers, educators and others.

The IFIP panelists also will discuss the evidence base behind the laws, share additional prevention strategies, and give insight into what further research and implementation are needed to ensure effectiveness.

Panelists include: Patrick Carter, professor of emergency medicine and health management and policy, and co-director of the U-M Injury Prevention Center; April Zeoli, associate professor of health management policy and expert on “red flag” laws; Justin Heinze, associate professor of health behavior and health education and director of the National Center for School Safety.

INFORMATIONLivestream and recording will be available on multiple U-M social media channels, and the experts will answer selected audience questions submitted during the livestream. No registration required.

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