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Q&A with April Zeoli
The Supreme Court heard arguments last week in US v. Rahimi, a case that involves a constitutional challenge to a federal law that strips gun ownership rights from people under domestic violence protection orders.
Domestic violence protective orders are associated with reductions in intimate partner homicides, and therefore serve as a critical tool for protecting victims and survivors, according to a federal policy review led by researchers at the University of Michigan.
The University of Michigan Public Health School of Public Health launched the inaugural event of its new speaker series, The Exchange: Critical Conversations with Michigan Public Health, on Nov. 8. The theme of the event, “The Future of Healthy Cities,” aligns with a core topic from the school's research initiative, Public Health IDEAS for Creating Health and Equitable Cities.
Michigan Public Health researchers are supporting a new project aimed at tracking air pollution caused by truck traffic in Detroit neighborhoods.