A Republican senator from Georgia has introduced a bill to study what he calls “mass violence.” It would give a $300 million infusion to the... Isakson introduces bill for CDC to study ‘mass violence’

A Republican senator from Georgia has introduced a bill to study what he calls “mass violence.” It would give a $300 million infusion to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sen. Johnny Isakson’s plan is to spend $75 million annually, for four years, to study the causes of what he calls “mass violence” and how to prevent it.

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