11 Do firearm regulations work? evidence from the australian national firearms agreement

@article{Andreyeva201711DF,
  title={11 Do firearm regulations work? evidence from the australian national firearms agreement},
  author={Elena Andreyeva and Benjamin Ukert},
  journal={Injury Prevention},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={A4 - A4}
}
In 1996, following a mass shooting that killed 35 people near Port Arthur, Tasmania, the Australian government responded by promptly securing agreement from all states to implement stricter firearm regulations. The set of newly proposed firearm regulations became the National Firearms Agreement (NFA). Its goal was to achieve uniformly stricter regulations across states to minimise the likelihood of future mass shootings. The most important legislative achievements of the NFA included a federal… 
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