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Missouri Takes Lead Reducing Gun and Domestic Violence

texexpatriate Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 7:48 PM
The way to reduce gun violence is to arm law-abiding citizens. When the dopers know they have to go up against sober armed citizens, they'll prey on one another. Eventually they'll move away to states such as California and Illinois. Ergo, gun violence among dopers goes down. Don't be a sap and fall for all this sociological baloney.
SkeetShootAWL Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:29 PM
Give 'em all a pound of Crack and a MAC-10.

When the smoke clears, round up the survivors and

sell them back to Mother Africa
Luscious Lars Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 10:10 PM
put a parachute on them and drop them into Mogadishu. There's all kinds of guns to play with there. For drugs they can get high on khat. Mogadishu is the type of city they seem to long for anyway.
MAVERICK ONE Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 2:36 AM
Roger, Welco, 10/4, over & out
southernfortyfive Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:19 PM
Looks like a lot of them (the dopers) have moved to Chicago, New York, California, and Detroit. Looks like they are killing each other at a good rate. Wait a minute,,,,isn't these the cities that have the strictest gun bans in the Nation. Yellllppppppp.

Missouri House Bill 402 is a major step forward reducing gun violence, domestic violence, and other forms of serious violence. For decades, federal and state policy attempting to impact these growing problems failed because the policies were pointed in the wrong direction.

Substance abuse in the family is the leading factor and primary driver of many kinds of gun-related crimes, domestic violence, and other offenses.

Substance abuse is tightly bound to domestic violence. Three-quarters of serious domestic violence is associated with substance abuse at the time of violence (Fig 3). This statistic does not include substance abusers who...