February 18, 2013
New Studies Will Focus on Reducing Guns' Toll, Not on Banning Them
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Stephen P. Teret was just starting out as a law student in Manhattan, more than 40 years ago, when he got a real-life lesson in the hidden complexities of gun policy.
To help the district attorney's office, the young Mr. Teret was asked to review the police-arrest reports stacking up in an overburdened courthouse and decide if each of the alleged crimes should be prosecuted as a felony—meaning a potential loss of gun-ownership rights—or moved along quickly as a
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