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  • A new frontier in gun control: Can online sites be stopped from selling guns to criminals?

    Salon - 04/26/2018

    A 2017 study by researchers at Northeastern University and Harvard University found that nearly one in five gun sales are made to people who didn’t go through a background check. The Brady Campaign cited evidence that Armslist searches for private sellers were 240 percent higher in states that don’t require background checks on such sales, making clear that people specifically use that search function to evade background checks.

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