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Interpreting the Right to Bear Arms - Gun Regulation and Constitutional Law. Tushnet M.  The New England Journal of Medicine 2008:358;14:1424-1426.

The Importance of Crime Gun Trace Data to Studying and Reducing Illegal Gun Trafficking.
Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research (7/07)

How Cities Can Combat Illegal Guns and Gun Violence.
Hopkins Center for Gun Policy & Research Oct-2006.

Safe Firearm Storage: What's the Evidence That it Can Prevent Adolescent Suicide?
Bullet Points, Harvard Injury Control Research Center, Spring 2006 (Issue 1).

Association between youth-focused firearm laws and youth suicides.
Webster DW, Vernick JS, Zeoli AM, Manganello JA.  JAMA 2004;292:594-601.

Buying a Handgun for Someone Else: Firearm Dealer Willingness to Sell.
Sorenson SB, Vittes KA. Injury Prevention 2003; 9:147-150.

Firearm Availability and Unintentional Firearm Deaths, Suicide, and Homicide among 5-14 Year Olds.
Miller M, Azrael D, Hemenway D. J Trauma 2002:52(2):267-275.

Homicide and Suicide Rates Associated with Implementation of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.
Ludwig J, Cook PJ. Journal of the American Medical Association 2000;284(5):585-591.

Tracing the Brady Act's Connection with Homicide and Suicide Trends.
Rosenfeld R. Journal of the American Medical Association 2000;284(5):616-618.

The Medical Costs of Gunshot Injuries in the United States.  
Cook PJ, Lawrence, BA, Ludwig J, Miller TR. Journal of the American Medical Association 1999;282:447-454.

Effects of Maryland's Law Banning Saturday Night Special Handguns on Crime Guns.
Vernick JS, Webster DW, Hepburn LM. Injury Prevention 1999;5:259-263.

Beliefs about the risks of guns in the home: analysis of a national survey.
Injury Prevention 1999;5:284-289.

Preventing Firearm Injuries.
Kellermann AL, Waeckerle JF; (Editorial) Annals of Emergency Medicine July 1998; 32:77-79.

Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative.Crime Gun Trace Analysis Reports: The Illegal Youth Firearms Markets in 17 Communities.
Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, July 1997.

Regulating Firearm Advertisements That Promise Home Protection.
Vernick JS, Teret SP, Webster DW, Journal of the American Medical Association 1997 May 7; 277:1391-1397.

School-Associated Violent Deaths in the United States, 1992-1994.
Kachur SP, Stennies GM, Powell KE, Modzeleski W, Stephens R, Murphy R, Kresnow M, Sleet D, Lowry R, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 275:1729-1733.

Hospitalizations for Firearm-Related Injuries: A Population-Based Study of 9562 Patients.
Vassar MJ, Kizer KW, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 275:1734-1739.

Unintentional, Nonfatal Firearm-Related Injuries: A Preventable Public Health Burden.
Sinauer N, Annest JL, Mercy, JA, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 275:1740-1743.

Population Estimates of Household Firearm Storage Practices and Firearm Carrying in Oregon.
Nelson DE, Grant-Worley JA, Powell K, Mercy J, Holtzman D, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 275:1744-1748.

Gun Acquisition and Use by Juvenile Offenders.
Ash P, Kellermann AL, Fuqua-Whitley D, Johnson A, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1754-1758.

Effects of Limiting Handgun Purchases on Interstate Transfer of Firearms.
Weil DS, Knox RC, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1759-61.

Nonfatal and Fatal Firearm Injuries in a Rural County.
Sadowski LS, Munoz SR, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1762.

Strategic Thinking About Gun Markets and Violence.
Cook PJ, Cole TB, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1765.

The American Public and the Gun Control Debate.
Biendon RJ, Young JT, Hemenway D, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1719.

Frank E. Zimring on Law and Firearms.
Zimring FE, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 June 12; 175:1709.

Characteristics of Firearms Involved in Fatalities.
Hargarten SW, Karlson TA, O'Brien M, Hancock J, Quebbeman E, Journal of the American Medical Association 1996 January 3; 275:42-45.

Youth Violence, Guns, and the Illicit-Drug Industry.
Blumstein A, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):10-36.

Gun Ownership and Gang Membership.
Bjerragaard B, Lizotte AJ, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):37-58.

Regulating Gun Markets.
Cook PJ, Molliconi S, Cole TB, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall;86(1):59-92.

Keeping Guns Out of the "Wrong" Hands: The Brady Law and the Limits of Regulation.
Jacobs JB, Potter KA, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):93-120.

Firearms and Community Feelings of Safety.
Hemenway D, Solnick SJ, Azrael DR, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):121-132.

Changes in Firearms Ownership Among Women, 1980-1994.
Smith TW, Smith RJ, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):133-149.

Armed Resistance to Crime: The Prevalence and Nature of Self-Defense With a Gun.
Kleck G, Gertz M, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):150-187.

A Tribute to a View I Have Opposed.
Wolfgang ME, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):188-192.

Easing Concealed Firearms Laws: Effects on Homicide in Three States.
McDowall D, Loftin C, Wiersema B, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):193-206.

Firearms Costs, Firearms Benefits and the Limits of Knowledge.
Polsby DD, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):207-220.

Additional Discussion About Easing Concealed Firearms Laws.
McDowall D, Loftin C, Wiersema B, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1995 Fall; 86(1):221-226.

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