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    New Report on the Cost of Containing Violence

    Released today from the Institute for Economics & Peace , this new report, Violence Containment Spending in the United States , provides an “analyses of how much of the U.S. economy is related to preventing or dealing with the consequences of violence”. Key Findings from the report: Violence Containment cost the U.S. $2.16 trillion per year. If violence containment were an industry, it would be the largest industry in the U.S. Federal expenditure has expanded in the last ten years...
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