Advisory Board June 28, 2022

President Joe Biden on Saturday signed a bipartisan gun reform bill into law, marking the “most significant” gun safety legislation in three decades—a move physician, nurse, and hospital groups across the nation praised as a “meaningful” step to address gun violence as a public health crisis.

Infographic: Strategies to stop workplace violence before it occurs

Biden signs into law the ‘most significant’ gun safety bill in almost 30 years 

Last week, the House of Representatives and Senate passed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act—marking the first time in almost 30 years Congress has passed major gun safety legislation. 

The bipartisan bill, which includes measures to limit access to guns among young adults, individuals who have committed acts of domestic violence, and individuals...

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