Research based programs and practices to help protect children from gun violence in your homes, schools and communities
On the anniversary of the horrific school shooting of little children in Sandy Hook, parents turn grief into ideas to help protect other children from gun violence - "Know the Signs"
The Journal of the American Medical Association has published this comparison of firearms deaths in the U.S. to other similar wealthy countries around the world.
Firearms on Campuses: Research Evidence and Policy Implications, Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research
In summary, available data indicate that policies that allow individuals to bring firearms onto college campuses are unlikely to lead to fewer mass shootings or fewer casualties from those shootings. Mass shootings are a growing concern, but are still very rare events. Increasing gun availability in campus environments could make far more common acts of aggression, recklessness, or self-harm more deadly and, thus, have a deleterious impact on the safety of students, faculty, and staff.
Proposals to the 2017 Legislature include a soda tax or an income tax surcharge to help fund fish and wildlife programs.
Its that time of year again. Here are some reminder hunter safety tips from ODFW and a link to on-line safety classes. Enjoy our great Oregon outdoors and stay safe.
Consolidation in the large store sporting goods world:
These articles about a new survey of gun ownership patterns are research worth reading and thinking about:
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