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Reducing Rampages — 4 Comments

  1. Liston, I read the report but won’t include it. Though there was nothing inherently wrong with the methodology, it relied on computer modeling, something which I have significant familiarity. I won’t have time to deconstruct their modeling, and even if I did various activists have the right to question modeling assumptions.

  2. Probably already ben posted, but gun free zones are the most dangerous places for our youngsters…We need to get over that already..

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