The Rand Corporation, a nonprofit think tank, has analyzed thousands of studies on gun policy research published since 1995. In a report released last year, researchers concluded there was a surprisingly limited base of scientific evidence on the effects of commonly discussed gun policies.
The Washington Times sent multiple emails to Michael Gwin, a spokesman handling the White House crime prevention strategy, asking for the administration’s underlying research. None of the emails was returned.
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