By Sandy Rozek, Communications Director for NARSOL
Jacob Wetterling’s abduction and death in 1989 led directly to a massive system of laws that today affects close to a million men, women, and children plus their family members.
In that same year, 1989, the death by firearms of 4,384 children and teens caused barely a blip on the radar.
What if, instead of just Jacob, there had been ten such deaths? Fifty? A hundred?
Read the rest of NARSOL’s piece here.