Remarks on the Youth Crime Gun Interdiction initiative

Clinton, William J.
July 1996
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/15/96, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p1204
Government Documents
Presents US President Bill Clinton's July 8, 1996, remarks on the Youth Crime Gun Interdiction initiative. Background on crime rate in the United States; Decline in crime rates; Increase in crimes committed by teenagers; Increase in number of teenagers with guns; Call for cooperation among communities and lawmakers.


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