Mary Sanchez

November 27, 2013 6:07 PM

A year after Sandy Hook, we’re still in denial

In the 12 months since that awful morning, virtually nothing substantial has been accomplished to address the nation’s gluttony for gun violence. Most Americans still do not accept gun deaths and accidents as a public health issue. Instead, we’ve gotten slicker about categorizing the ways guns are used in suicides, preventable accidents and the shootings that make up the evening news in most major cities.

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