Gun ownership and gun violence in America, by the …

The demographics of gun ownership in the U.S

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The state with the highest per capita gun death rate in 2014 was Alaska, followed by Louisiana. Each of these states has extremely lax gun violence prevention laws as well as a higher rate of gun ownership. The state with the lowest gun death rate in the nation was Hawaii, followed by Rhode Island. Each of these states has strong gun violence prevention laws and a lower rate of gun ownership.

On July 24, Gun Owners and Gun Owners Foundation filed a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Robinson v. United States.

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State gun ownership rates were obtained from the October 2014 American Journal of Public Health article by Michael Siegel et al., “The Relationship Between Gun Ownership and Stranger and Nonstranger Firearm Homicide Rates in the United States, 1981-2010,” which is the most recent comprehensive published data available on state gun ownership.

Gun bans result in more gun ownership in Australia. The facts speak for themselves.

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On June 30, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued its unanimous (attached) opinion in Hollis v. Lynch, upholding the federal machinegun ban, the same as the Third Circuit did in Watson v. United States.

Gun “super-owners” are on the rise in America

In a horrible, poorly reasoned decision, the Fifth Circuit claimed that the federal machine gun ban does not violate the Second Amendment. It came to this conclusion based on several blatant misreadings of the Supreme Court’s decisions in Heller and Miller.