States that implemented stand-your-ground laws reported substantially greater rates of pediatric firearm assault injuries, possibly indicating inadvertent effects of the law, a study showed. However, researchers found that child-access protection laws were not significantly linked to changes in either accidental injury or suicide. The study was presented at the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma meeting.
Gun law tied to more pediatric firearm assault injuries
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