A new political tone over gun violence?

Posted on AllSides June 23rd, 2021
From The Center
Gun Control, gun rights, gun violence

As shootings rise, a primary race in New York and President Biden’s anti-crime package reflect a more nuanced approach to crime.

In more than 100 countries, the homicide rate has been falling over the past 13 years. Not so in the United States. In the past 18 months, starting before the pandemic, the murder rate has risen 25% to 30%, mainly in big cities, with warnings of a violent summer. The reasons remain unclear but combined with last year’s movement for racial justice and police reform, it could be creating...

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