While the politics of gun reform remain divisive, many Americans are convinced that when it comes to gun violence, something has to change. Whether it’s getting more data about shootings, more background on buyers, or more resources to law enforcement to interrupt cycles of violence, there is a growing chorus of Americans demanding action. In the absence of congressional action, what can other actors do? How can victims’ voices be heard and honored? What will it take to find common ground in an era of “stand your ground”?
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