Guns Will Be More Dangerous Than Cars By 2015

Did you know that eight kids and teens are fatally shot in the U.S. every day? Since 2000, gun deaths have been creeping up in the U.S. — no surprise if you’ve looked at the headlines lately. What is surprising is that by 2015, for the first time ever, more people will die from gunshot wounds than in car accidents:



Seems like there should be at least as many safety regulations for owning and operating a gun as there are for doing the same with a car — especially in light of this projection. Learn more about gun statistics here and sign this petition to reduce gun violence.

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