Symposium on gun deaths in Arizona

Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy and its Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety will hold a symposium on gun deaths in Arizona on January 29. The symposium will cover Arizona’s violent death reporting system, firearm fatality facts and recommendations to reduce firearm violence. We’ll hear more from Charles Katz, director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety and Melissa Kovacs, associate director for research at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy.

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Legislative Update

USMCA agreement

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Charles Katz, director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety; Melissa Kovacs, associate director for research at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy

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