Marshall needs to expand his ‘bandwidth’ territory


March 4, 2019, a Wall Street Journal article reported that the American Academy of Family Physicians political action committee had contributed a much larger sum of money to political candidates that earned an “F” rating by the National Rifle Association than candidates with an “A” rating.

One might find such contributions reasonable given human cost in the number of deaths and injuries attributed to firearms every year. Add to that an estimated economic cost of hundreds of billions of dollars a year, depending on how one tabulates the data. Taxpayers pick up much if not most of the tab, including the cost of the recent active shooter in-service at USD 327 reported on three weeks ago in the Indy.



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