“if this tide of young blood is to stop, elected leaders must address the conditions of poverty and hopelessness that drive violence in too many areas of the city. And they need to address the problem of easy access to guns, which turns what might otherwise be neighborhood fistfights or shouting matches into fatalities.”<br><br>Sound familiar? <br><br>How is it that the Post will say this, but Better Family Life won’t?

"if this tide of young blood is to stop, elected leaders must address the conditions of poverty and hopelessness that drive violence in too many areas of the city. And they need to address the problem of easy access to guns, which turns what might otherwise be neighborhood fistfights or shouting matches into fatalities."

Sound familiar?

How is it that the Post will say this, but Better Family Life won't?

Editorial: Stanching gun violence in St. Louis requires more than just reward money

The offer of $25,000 for information about the multiple recent firearms slayings of children in St. Louis is an appropriately aggressive response. But if this tide of young blood is
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