Warren on Mass Shootings: We Need To Treat This as a Public Health Emergency

‘We cannot think of this as one and done’


WARREN: “And then one more part I want to add to this. And I know we are all about to get wet, but stick with me for a minute here. We have to treat this like the public health emergency that it is ... We cannot think of this as one and done. Or two and done. Let’s get two statutes passed, then everyone says, whew, we got that done. Back in 1965, there were five deaths for every one million miles traveled in America. You go back and read that, and you want to know the word people were using to describe that? Carnage in the highways.”

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