JAMES. Nurses, gun control and why we have a stake: an update

Lloyd, James
July 2019
Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal;Jul-Sep2019, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p19
The author reflects on the attempt by the Tasmanian Liberal government to soften gun laws, and the lived experience of those at the Royal Hobart Hospital who were affected by the Port Arthur Massacre. He discusses the creation of a House of Assembly committee by Tasmanian Liberal government to examine firearm laws, the possible influence of U.S. gun lobbies in the Australian political system, and his concern on the state Liberal government.


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