Gun Control: Does It Affect The Healthcare System

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Gun Control Laura Mohring-LoBue Axia University of Phoenix Gun Control The Brady Center’s argument is that if the common citizen is given the right to own a hand gun, it will greatly affect our healthcare system by increasing the number of injured, wounded and or deaths. (Chart A, pg. 8) The President of the Brady Center, Paul Helmke stated shortly after the latest Supreme Court case on the same Second Amendment issues that “even if the Supreme court were to hold the Second Amendment applicable at the state and local level, that are plenty of reasonable gun laws that are presumptively constitutional, and that the Second Amendment right is narrowly limited to gun in the home for self-defense” (Brady Center, 2009). Statistics, Graphs and Illustrations These statistical tables…show more content…
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