Bryan Barks Published in The Hill

Gun suicides can be prevented through voluntary self-prohibition

“Voluntary self-prohibition would allow individuals at risk of firearm suicide to prepare for potential suicidal crises before they occur. The process, which would be confidential and require identity verification, could exponentially increase an individual’s likelihood of surviving a suicide attempt. Later, if individuals wanted to remove themselves from the no-buy list, they could do so after a waiting period.”

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