The problem with most gun control laws is that they impose a burden on the law-abiding that lawbreakers can usually evade. What is needed, writes Steve Chapman, is an approach that focuses tightly on altering the behavior of criminals. There are proven steps that can hobble the dangerous without penalizing the harmless.
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