I found this gun-control segment on The Takeaway yesterday useful.
Lois Beckett, senior reporter for The Guardian US covering guns and gun violence, discusses a number of different gun control proposals, their viability, what they could accomplish, and how much they may actually address America's problem with gun violence.
If I understood right, she said that the proposal which seems to have the best intersection of popular support and evidence that it works is a system whereby someone’s gun rights can be temporarily taken away by a court if they appear to be a danger to themselves or others. I had never heard of this idea before and it wasn’t clear to me what the evidence was that supported it, but even so, I thought it was an interesting approach.
Anyway, I found the report worth listening to. Unfortunately I’m not finding a text transcript.
…I should note that some of the gun-control-proponent commenters say that Beckett was way offbase, so I may have been misled by own ignorance on the issue, dunno.