Monthly Archives: April 2014

Reducing Firearm-Related Deaths: A Public Safety Issue

Recently, the ACP released its updated position paper on gun-related violence. In the 19 years since ACP first stated its position on this topic, little progress has been made and the number of high-profile, mass shootings has pushed this into … Continue reading

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Congress Punts – SGR patched, not fixed

The Senate passed yet another “patch” to the SGR today, for the 17th time i the last 11 years. This is disappointing in a year that appeared to promise bipartisan support for a permanent solution to the flawed formula that … Continue reading

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