New York has devised an ingenious approach to stopping the flow of guns into the city. Could it work for Boston?
For more than a decade, Mayor Thomas M. Menino has been a national leader in finding creative new ways to reduce urban gun violence. His pioneering efforts -- including Operation Ceasefire and the Boston Gun Project -- produced a decline in gun violence rates in the late 1990s so dramatic it became known as the ``Boston miracle." But recently, the ... (Full article: 1581 words)
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