In the wake of the mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso, Texas, President Trump last week shared a litany of proposals, including the so-called “red flag” approach to gun control.
Seventeen states and the District of Columbia have already implemented such laws, which allow police to confiscate guns from people at risk of violence. Governor Mike DeWine has proposed his own version of a red flag law for the Buckeye State.
Today on All Sides, red flag laws, how they work and how one might work in Ohio.
- Randy Ludlow, Senior Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch
- Justin Wingerter, federal government reporter, The Denver Post
- Christian Heyne, Vice President of Policy, The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence