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Data on gun violence would save lives — just like it has for car crashes

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Author The Hill | Publish Date April 8, 2021
In 2010, total U.S. traffic deaths fell to their lowest level since the 1950s – due in part to more motorists buying into “buckling up and embracing safety innovations.” Motor vehicle death rates have remained roughly steady since that time despite more people driving.