Higher Homicide Rates in Central America, Caribbean Coincide With Increase in US Firearm Manufacturing

February 14, 2024


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According to a study conducted by University of Michigan researchers, gun violence and homicide rates increase in Central America and the Caribbean as the United States increases firearm production. The link between the increased availability of firearms and deadly violence in other parts of the world highlights the potential international repercussions of greater firearm availability from the U.S.

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