September 29, 2013 5:49 AM Subscribe
Bearing Arms: [New York Times] Articles in this series examine the gun industry’s influence and the wide availability of firearms in America.
Children and Guns: The Hidden Toll, Children shot accidentally — usually by other children — are collateral casualties of the accessibility of guns in America, their deaths at once heart-rending and eminently preventable.
Gun Makers Saw No Role in Curbing Improper Sales, Manufacturers have been largely silent in the gun violence debate, but their voices emerge in old lawsuit depositions, which show industry leaders minimizing their responsibility to monitor problematic gun dealers.
Seeking Gun or Selling One, Web Is a Land of Few Rules, A Times examination into the world of Internet gun sales found Web sites functioning as unregulated bazaars, allowing unlicensed sellers to advertise scores of weapons and people legally barred from gun ownership to buy them.
In Some States, Gun Rights Trump Orders of Protection, The N.R.A. and its allies have fought legislative efforts in various states to mandate that people served with domestic violence protection orders surrender their firearms.
Charity Takes Gun Lobby Closer to Its Quarry, The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation allows its donors to mix with lawmakers and press issues important mainly to the firearms industry.
Selling a New Generation on Guns. Long-term declining participation in shooting sports has prompted gun makers and sellers to pour millions into a campaign to get firearms into the hands of children.
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