A Year After the Virginia Tech Massacre, Debate Continues over Gun Control

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It's been one year since the massacre at Virginia Tech, where surviving students -- including some of the wounded -- are pushing for gun control. But students elsewhere want the right to carry concealed weapons on campus for self-defense, and that's been legalized in a few places. In the past year, some 30 incidents on school campuses have killed 14 people and led to proposed restrictions in 38 states.  We hear from students on both sides, as well as how urban and rural communities are locked in ongoing struggles over public safety and the right to bear arms.


Elilta 'Lily' Habtu - victim of 2007 shooting at Virginia Tech, Brett Poulos - National Media Liaison, Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, Paul Helmke - President, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, Dave Workman - Senior Editor, Gun Week, Kate Harper - Republican State Legislator, Pennsylvania

Warren Olney

Christian Bordal, Sonya Geis, Katie Cooper