Wednesday’s New York Times called the roll of State Gun Laws Enacted in the Year Since Newtown.
Twenty-nine laws loosened concealed carry laws; none tightened them.
Twenty-three laws tightened background checks and mental health reporting; three loosened them.
Critics would say publishing this tally promotes a liberal agenda.
But any sane person would say it simply provides a public service.
P.S. Today’s Boston Globe features this post-Newtown report:
By the numbers:
Not as exhaustive as the Times piece, but not as exhausting either.