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Introduction to topic. Keeping Guns out of Children's Hands.
OF all the sad statistics associated with U.S. gun violence, none is more pitiful than the single digits that represent the ages of little children who unintentionally shoot themselves or others after getting hold of a gun.
There is, on average, a shooting a week. It’s likely that the tally — 13 toddlers who killed themselves, two who killed someone else, 18 who injured themselves and 10 who injured others — is an undercount because not all shootings are covered by the media.
Solutions: States and localities could require gun owners to lock their guns away or use trigger locks. Consumers have become accustomed to passcodes or thumbprints to safeguard their phones; the same technology could be used to keep guns from being fired by anyone but their owners.
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