Gun violence survivors are begging for resources. Would this bill help them?

PHILADELPHIA — Every day, with the inevitability of a sunrise, more than 300 Americans are shot. Many of those lucky enough to survive will face uncertain recoveries, and can be saddled with lifelong disabilities. Like sailors lost at sea, squinting for a hint of land, they search desperately for tools that can help them eke out an existence. Functional wheelchairs. Safe, accessible housing. Some way of sorting through the scattered federal, state, and local government programs that might offer assistance, if only their rules were easy to decipher. The ranks of survivors who are forced to solv…

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