AMA Calls for Action on Gun Violence
The organization is supporting a broad array of “common-sense” measures
This week, the American Medical Association (AMA) weighed in again in America’s ongoing gun violence debate.
On Tuesday, the AMA House of Delegates voted to support a series of “common-sense measures” to combat gun violence, including stronger background checks, better data collection and the expanded use of restraining orders in domestic violence cases.
The resolutions, coming in the midst of the association’s annual meeting in Chicago, reflect the AMA’s long-standing support of policies that promote gun safety.
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