Governor Cuomo recently signed New York State’s “red flag” gun law. It’s a measure that allows a judge to determine if a citizen presents a danger to themselves or others, and if so, to have their guns confiscated. Supporters cheered the move; some local sheriffs say it’s poorly thought out, and difficult to enforce.
Additionally, after Parkland, states are considering changes to the law that determines who can and can not have a firearm on school grounds. Some schools have debated arming resource officers or hiring private security. Our guests discuss the choices schools can make. In studio: