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Jennifer Longdon and her fiancé were getting tacos when both were shot by an unknown assailant. Today she's an Arizona state lawmaker. Gun violence prevention and disability rights are her top priorities. Michael Ging hide caption

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Criminal Justice Collaborative

After 25 Years In The Dark, The CDC Wants To Study The True Toll Of Guns In America

We don't know the full impact of nonfatal firearms-related injuries. Unreliable data and political pressure have obscured the picture for researchers, the media and the public. That may soon change.

Jennifer Longdon and her fiancé were getting tacos when both were shot by an unknown assailant. Today she's an Arizona state lawmaker. Gun violence prevention and disability rights are her top priorities. Michael Ging hide caption

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Michael Ging

After 25 Years In The Dark, The CDC Wants To Study The True Toll Of Guns In America

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Travis Warner of Dallas got tested for the coronavirus at a free-standing emergency room in June 2020 after one of his colleagues tested positive for the virus. The emergency room bill included a $54,000 charge for one test. Laura Buckman for KHN hide caption

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The Bill For His COVID Test In Texas Was A Whopping $54,000

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Counterfeit pills are designed to look like regular prescription drugs, according to Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco. Here are counterfeit 30 milligram oxycodone tablets. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration hide caption

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More Than 800 People Have Been Arrested As The DOJ Clamps Down On Fake Pills

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