‘We know we have a crisis,’ advocate says after Texas mass shooting

Gunfire erupted Tuesday afternoon at a Texas elementary school where at least 14 children were killed. As new details about the rampage emerge, gun advocates in Texas say they have been calling for changes to state gun laws for years after a number of high-profile shootings. Nicole Golden, executive director of the advocacy group Texas Gun Sense, joins William Brangham to discuss.

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