"Sandy Hook Polling: Unlike Past Shootings, Massacre Is Seen As Sign Of Broader Problems"
Thanks for that, Mike.
Well, at least the US seems now to be recognizing that there IS a broader problem. The article observes that some politicians (e.g. Joe Machin) have changed/are changing their minds; and I also saw a CNN TV report about a previous gun-supporting politician changing his mind. [Though it must be noted that Professor Wayne Bishop has trotted out the same old tired old arguments to the effect that increased gun ownership reduces shootings].
I guess that is progress, of a sort.
I guess further that *effective* action may well follow in due course. I sincerely do hope it will even if that is only in due course (however belated that may be).
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