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How school shootings shape survivors’ economic lives
Researchers studied the lasting impacts of school shootings on students’ academic and employment prospects later in life.
Since Sandy Hook killings a decade ago, Congress has put no limits on gun sales
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shooting, Marketplace looked into background checks and gun purchases. We're revisiting some of that reporting today.
Capitalism's response to school shootings
In his new book, "Children Under Fire," John Woodrow Cox writes about how gun violence affects children and the nearly $3 billion market for school security.