Top of the president’s list: banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, making schools safer, and improving mental health services.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, our social media conversations can encourage us to listen and learn from one another, in the spirit of civil discussion and mutual respect.
“Slow-motion mass murder” is how Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn describes the near-daily gun fatalities that have become so commonplace.
Even if there were a registry of persons who had ever been diagnosed with a mental-health problem, it is not clear Newtown shooter Adam Lanza would have been on it.
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More than 300 young people — including small children — are among those who have died from gunshots in Minnesota since 2000.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is proposing an assault weapons ban, but many Americans are ready to defend the Second Amendment at all costs. A former Marine’s open letter provides a window into the heated debate taking place.
I will give no money to any candidate for political office who does not openly and actively support a ban on the legal possession of military-style assault weapons.
When a madman opens fire on an elementary school we all raise a fuss about gun control, but the real issue is in how we educate our children.
Now is the time for public officials to stand up to the NRA, and have a rational discussion over public safety and responsible gun laws.
Walz, who this week opened the door to more gun control, said he opposed the idea of putting armed guards in schools.
WASHINGTON — Legal experts disagree with the governor’s position and say Minnesota could do much more to control guns.
Here are just some of the things that we are doing in Minneapolis to fight gun violence.
In the wake of Newtown, we will be examining mental health parity.
A brief overview of what we know about guns in Minnesota — and what we don’t know.
We can use the tax system to reduce demand and offset some of the negative costs. And we can decide which products are too “noxious” to allow.
As drug war bullets whiz by, Mexican teachers make schoolchildren hit the deck.
In a democracy, people need to make their views on important issues known — because if they don’t, they might as well not even have views at all.
The group will meet with Newtown school officials in a private ceremony.
Asperger’s describes a way of processing, a way of understanding and thinking and relating, says Pat Pulice, director of the Minnesota-based Fraser Center of Autism Excellence.