Student Advocates Guns on Campus

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Gun-rights advocates say Virginia Tech students would have had a better chance of survival if they had been allowed to carry guns on campus. Andrew Dysart, who leads a group at George Mason University in Virginia called GMU Students for Concealed Carry, talks with Madeleine Brand about why he thinks the university should change its weapons policy.



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