Gun Violence

The only way to find the solution is to identify the real underlying cause.

Six people were killed and 12 more were wounded in a mass shooting in downtown Sacramento, California, on April 3. It matched the deadliest mass shooting of the year, and it was the worst in Sacramento’s history—but not by much.

There have been other mass shootings already this year, totaling to at least 108 so far. In February, a man shot and killed four people, three of which were his daughters, before killing himself in suburban Sacramento. In one weekend, nine mass shootings took place across seven American states between March 18 and 20. Eight people were killed and 60 were injured.

Read more at “Why Is Gun Violence Getting Worse?”

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