Preventing Gun Violence NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports on a new study of a Connecticut law that allows police to confiscate guns from anyone judged to be a danger to commit gun violence. The study concludes that the law has worked well. Even skeptics say it's worked better than they had expected.
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Preventing Gun Violence

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Preventing Gun Violence

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NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports on a new study of a Connecticut law that allows police to confiscate guns from anyone judged to be a danger to commit gun violence. The study concludes that the law has worked well. Even skeptics say it's worked better than they had expected.