After mass shootings, Californians respond by acquiring handguns

Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 06:21 in Health & Medicine

Long after the victims are laid to rest and the shell casings are collected and cataloged, new research shows, mass shootings have a lasting ripple effect: For several weeks after the mayhem stops, a shooter’s deadly rampage pumps a higher-than-usual number of firearms into general circulation...

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