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11 Mar , 2019

CPRC in the News: CNN, lots of TV stations across the US, The Hill, Yahoo! News, Medpage Today, NewsBusters, and much more

 

CNN, March 7, 2019; WPLG Channel 10 (Miami, Florida), March 7, 2019; KSAT Channel 12 (San Antonio, Texas); KRDO (Colorado Springs, CO), March 7, 2019; KCOY KEYT KKFX TV (Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo, California), March 7, 2019; KESQ Channel 3 (Palm Springs, CA); KVIA Channel 7 ABC (El Paso, Texas); Local News 8 ABC (Idaho Falls, Idaho); KMIZ Channel 17 ABC (Columbia, Missouri); KTVZ Channel 21 (Central Oregon); KXLH Channel 9 (Helena, MT); KRTV Channel 3 (Great Falls, MT); KVOR AM (Colorado Springs, CO); KKOH 780 AM (Northern Nevada and Eastern California); WJAX Channel 4 (Jacksonville, Florida); WKMG Channel 6 (Orlando, Florida); KYMA Channel 11 NBC (El Centro and Yuma, Arizona); WISC-TV Channel 3 (Madison, Wisconsin); WKBT-TV (La Crosse, Wisconsin)

Economist John Lott criticized that 2017 JAMA study in Thursday’s hearing and said that one of its problems “is that it ignores all this other funding.”

In prepared remarks shared ahead of his testimony, Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center and author of “The War on Guns,” said people have been misled “into thinking that gun violence has been understudied.” He said public health research can be “poorly done” and “misleading,” and can exclude research by economists, criminologists and law professors.

16 Feb , 2019

CPRC in the News: Pittsburg Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Tallahassee Democrat, Reno Gazette-Journal, KDKA, and many others

 

Tallahassee Democrat, February 22, 2019

Currently, teachers in 28 states can carry firearms, according to the Crime Prevention Research Center, a conservative nonprofit organization. District approval is required in most states and restrictions and training requirements vary. . . .

 

The Oswegonian, February 15, 2019

There are currently 28 states that allow teachers to carry firearms, according to a conservative nonprofit organization called the Crime Prevention Research Center.

27 Jan , 2019

CPRC in the News: Wall Street Journal, San Jose Mercury News, Gentleman’s Quarterly, Brazilian publications, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and others

 

The Mercury News (San Jose, California), January 20, 2019; East Bay Times (Walnut Creek, California), January 20, 2019; Daily Democrat (Woodland, California), January 21, 2019; Enterprise-Record (Chico, California), January 21, 2019; Oroville Mercury-Register (Oroville, California), GOPUSA, January 21, 2019

“There’s a whole host of reasonable regulations if you go to a gun store, but if you’re outside a gun store there are few if any regulations, at least at the federal level,” [David Chipman, with the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence] said.

11 Jan , 2019

CPRC in the News: Yahoo! News, Washington Times, Ricochet, Foreign Policy Journal, American Thinker, and many others

 

Yahoo News, January 9, 2019

The Crime Prevention Research Center, a pro-gun rights think tank, reports that there were approximately 17.25 million concealed handgun permits issued in the United States as of August 2018. . . . .

 

Washington Times, January 10, 2019

Currently, 28 states allow teachers and certain school staffers to carry firearms, according to the conservative nonprofit Crime Prevention Research Center.

26 Dec , 2018

CPRC in the News: The Daily Caller, Livre (Brazil), Breitbart, and much more

 

Daily Caller, December 4, 2018

Concealed-carry permit holders are the most law-abiding demographic of U.S. citizens, according to a recent report by the Crime Prevention Research Center.

The report, titled, “Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across The United States 2016,” compared permit holders to the general population and then to police officers in Florida and Texas, two states which largely mirror the rest of the country.

3 Dec , 2018

CPRC in the News: Instapundit, Breitbart, The Daily Telegraph (UK), Powerline, and much more

This has been a very busy news coverage the last couple of weeks with coverage in the Associated Press with stories in hundreds of news outlets, NPR, and our op-ed in the Chicago Tribune picked up in at least 17 other newspapers across the country.

 

 

 

 

Tallahassee Democrat, November 30, 2018

Florida is one of sixteen states that prohibit guns on college campuses, according to Campus Safety, and is among the 32 states that do not generally allow K-12 teachers to bear arms in the classroom, according to the Crime Prevention Research Center.

18 Nov , 2018

CPRC in the News: In Spanish, Coverage received in Puebla, Mexico at the 2018 Ciudad de las Ideas

 

E-Consulta, November 16, 2018

La conferencia inaugural de la XI edición de la Ciudad de las Ideas (CDI), que en esta ocasión lleva por lema Burning questions, estuvo a cargo deleconomista y escritor John R. Lott Jr. quien abordó el tema de las leyes que regulan la posesión de armamento.

6 Nov , 2018

CPRC in the News: Hot Air, CNN, CrimProf Blog, Political Insider, Law Officer and other places

 

 

 

 

 

 

CNN, Erie News Now, WKTV Channel 2 (Utica, NY), KXLF Channel 4 (Butte, MT), CBS Channel 12 and NBC Channel 24 (Chico Redding, California), KBZK Channel 7 (Bozeman, MT), KXLH Channel 9 (Helena, MT), November 3, 2018

142%

This is how much more likely undocumented immigrants are to be convicted of a crime than other Arizonans, according to a study of data in that state by economist John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center.

28 Sep , 2018

CPRC in the news: Instapundit, Vice News, Politico, Breitbart, Townhall, and other places

 

Instapundit, September 24, 2018

IS IT TRUE THAT WITH ONLY 4.5% OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION, THE UNITED STATES ACCOUNTS FOR 31% OF ALL MASS PUBLIC SHOOTERS? According to John Lott, the answer is no. He writes: How a Botched Study Fooled the World About the U.S. Share of Mass Public Shootings: U.S.

10 Sep , 2018

CPRC in the News: New York Post, Houston Chronicle, Nevada Public Radio, Charleston Post and Courier, and others

New York Post, September 4, 2018

Politicians at Sen. John McCain’s funeral bemoaned the loss of civility in politics, notes John R. Lott Jr. at Townhall, and Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing this week is proving that. Why? Government has grown “by leaps and bounds,” and decisions “have far-reaching consequences.” A century ago, Lott recalls, federal spending was less than 3 percent of GDP.…