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Gun law score and predicted pediatric firearm-related mortality rates, 2011–2015.
Characteristics of Study Population, 2011–2015
—, not applicable.
Association of State Gun Law Scores With Firearm-Related Mortality Rates, 2011–2015
↵a For every 10-point increase in the gun law score (eg, stricter firearm legislation), the firearm-related mortality rate among children decreases by 4%.
↵b Statistical significance at P value <.05; adjusted for year and clustered by state.
Specific Firearm Legislation in 2015 and Pediatric Firearm-Related Mortality Rates
↵a Per 100 000 children.
↵b Population-level adjustments by race and ethnicity, education level, household income, and gun ownership.
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