Whenever a mass shooting shocks America, people ask if tighter gun-control measures could have prevented the slaughter.
Gun violence researchers say that no law can eliminate the risk of mass shootings, which are unpredictable and represent a small minority of gun homicides over all. But there are a handful of policies that could reduce the likelihood of such events, or reduce the number of people killed when such shootings do occur. And several of them have strong public support. CONT.
Margot Sanger-Katz & Quoctrung Bui, New York Times