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 ” The burden of firearm violence in the United States “

In the article “ The burden of firearm violence in the United States: stricter laws result in safer states.” (Joseph 2018) I learned that there are many factors thta contribute to gun violence, such socioeconomic conditions, availability of firearms and cultural factors. I also learned that the United States ranks number 1 in the list of countries with most privately […]

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How Do We Decide Who Can and Cannot Have a Gun in the United States?

In the Article “ New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen” (Oyez 2021) I learned that in this case, the government denied the use of a weapon to Robert Nash and Brandon Koch who requested to obtain a weapon for self-protection. The United States Supreme Court’s decision in Bruen held that New York City’s restrictive pistol licensing […]

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“Gun violence and its threat to education, health, and life”

In the article “Gun Violence”  I learned that gun violence doesn’t just have a physical impact on a community but also a mental impact. This problem is so huge that 250,000 people were killed in the month of June 2019. Low-income and urban communities have it worse since people have easier access to gun violence. This caused parents and kids […]

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Gun Violence in the United States

In the article “ Gun Violence in America: A true national security threat.” (Brookings 19AD) I learned that Gun violence has become one of the top five most worrying problems in the United States. In addition, this article mentions that this not only affects our nation but the entire world. This is because the government continues to create weapons for […]

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Gun Violence o

In the article “ What don’t we know about the causes of gun violence” Hemenway, David. 2016. I learned that gun violence is one of the most worrying issues that affect our society. The issue is ignored because tons of the crimes don’t get reported or have little to no evidence to take action against a person. It is known […]

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Covid-19 Mexico and USA

It has been one year since the government declared the pandemic on March 11, 2020. The “World Health Organization” declared this a “Public health emergency.” The people did not believe that this was true so they ignored it and did not wear masks. There were always a lot of people everywhere. Then the government gave a statement for people to […]

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