The UK’s response to mass shootings compared to the US
After a mass shooting 25 years ago in Dunblane, Scotland, the U.K. responded immediately with extremely strict gun laws. Meanwhile, the United States faces multiple mass shootings yearly, but can’t seem to respond in the same way. What is preventing the U.S. from enacting gun reform in response to these shootings?
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