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STANFORD – Although they stood just yards away, even the best and brightest trauma experts at Stanford Hospital were no match for a small single bullet.
Inside the doors of the hospital’s Emergency Department on a routine day this summer, the award-winning team of surgeons, emergency physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses and technicians scurried about, helping fix and heal.
Just outside, sitting in a chair and unnoticed, was a man with a gun. He put it to his head and fired — one of nearly 100 gun-related deaths in the U.S. that day – and died instantly. “Terrible,” said Dr. David Spain, chief of trauma at Stanford Health Care. “Senseless. Just senseless.” On Monday, angry and frustrated by gun violence, over 2500 medical students and healthcare professionals at Stanford Medical Center, UC San Francisco and over 30 other leading medical centers are holding events to treat firearm violence as a public health crisis.
It’s a non-partisan action co-founded by Stanford’s Professor of Medicine Dr. Dean Winslow and fourth year medical student Sarabeth Spitzer. Winslow, a registered Republican, is a retired U.S. Air Force colonel and flight surgeon deployed six times to Iraq and Afghanistan. Democrat Sarabeth Spitzer, 26, is a magna cum laude Harvard graduate who dreams of becoming a trauma surgeon.
At noon on the Dean’s Lawn, next to the Clark Center on the Stanford campus, leaders wearing light blue attire with the SAFE (Scrubs Addressing the Firearms Epidemic) logo will speak about the health risks posed by guns, then hold a teach-in about gun epidemiology, trauma care and related topics. The public is invited.
In San Francisco’s UCSF, two panels will be held to discuss California’s legal landscape around firearms and recommended ways to talk to patients about firearm access, safety, and risk.
When viruses, bacteria and cancers kill thousands of people, there are outraged demands for a cure, they say. “If this were any other public health problem, we wouldn’t stand for it,” said Spain, who once had to tell four mothers, in a single night, that their sons were dead. “But it’s such a hot button political topic that we lose the ability to talk about it.” ⬇️⬇️⬇
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👀 “republican” ————————————————————————I’m calling it.
For gun owners, Florida’s next legislative session, which begins in January, is over before it starts.
There will be no campus carry, open carry or anything else this year.
It’s a leadership thing.
On Monday, it was revealed that incoming Senate president Bill Galvano — a Republican from Bradenton, accepted a $200,000 donation from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “Everytown” group.
On Tuesday, Galvano stood by his decision, telling the Tampa Bay Times through a spokesperson that he would “make no apologies for the responsible steps we took in a bipartisan manner in the wake of the worst school shooting in our state’s history. “I have made it clear that as Senate president I will continue to advocate for increased safety and security in our schools. I am grateful for the support.” Incoming House speaker Jose Oliva, a Republican from Miami Lakes, is also somewhat suspect when it comes to gun rights.
He voted for SB 7026, the “Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act,” which created red-flag laws, banned bump stocks and stripped 18-, 19- and 20-year-olds of their Second Amendment rights.
With this type of “leadership,” we’ll be damn lucky just to keep the rights we currently have.
What’s most at risk?
I’d say Florida’s Stand Your Ground law is in jeopardy.
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As reported by WBRC, NAACP Tuscaloosa chapter president Jerry Carter wants to do away with Alabama’s “Stand Your Ground” law that generally justifies the use of force – even lethal force – for self defense.
The NAACP chapter in Tuscaloosa County held a packed forum at Beulah Baptist Church on Monday night about the law and others governing open and concealed carry of weapons.
When it comes to “Stand Your Ground,” WBRC wrote, “Carter said he’s strongly against the law.” “This is a topic that needs to be discussed,” Carter outlined. “It’s kind of the big pink elephant in the room. Everyone wants to act like it’s not there. But it’s there. And we need to talk about.”He added, “With stand your ground it just seems like you can think that someone is going to do something to you, and that’s just, you’re talking about a life. That’s not enough.” Lawmakers, law enforcement officials and Bama Carry board member Paul Arnold were at the forum to try and clarify what the law actually entails. “I believe anywhere you go that you have the right to defend yourself. Me being a husband, a father, a grandfather, I’m making it home tonight,” Arnold emphasized.
Even a prominent Democrat seemed to pump the breaks on the outcry against the law. “If somebody just walks up and slaps you, you don’t have the right to go into your pocket, and just turn around with your gun, and shoot him in the head, and kill him. I don’t think we could use that as a defense at that time,” state Senator Bobby Singleton (D-Greensboro) explained.
State Sen. Gerald Allen (R-Tuscaloosa), state Rep. Chris England (D-Tuscaloosa), state Rep. A.J. McCampbell (D-Linden), Tuscaloosa County District Attorney Hays Webb, Tuscaloosa Police Chief Steve Anderson and Northport Police Chief Gerald Burton were also reportedly in attendance.
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