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Jan 5, 2024

An increased prevalence of firearms and a lack of public denouncement of violence are escalating the risks of violence in places critical to political participation. Tim Carey,  law and policy advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, talks with Stephanie Desmon about a new report from the Center that lays out gun policy and communication recommendations to ensure that the places in which democracy plays out—legislatures, election offices, public demonstrations and more—remain safe. Learn more: