Election 2016 was further proof that all politics is local (or at least regional). Geography maps to many of our differences. And that could include our relationship to guns. Consider the impact of gun violence on areas “that saw two or more gun homicide incidents in a single year. Four and a half million Americans live in areas of these cities with the highest numbers of gun homicide, which are marked by intense poverty, low levels of education, and racial segregation. Geographically, these neighborhood areas are small: a total of about 1,200 neighborhood census tracts, which, laid side by side, would fit into an area just 42 miles wide by 42 miles long.”

+ WaPo: “Gun silencers are hard to buy. Donald Trump Jr. and silencer makers want to change that.” It’s called the Hearing Protection Act.