With Violence on the Rise, How do Latino Families View the Issue of Carrying Guns?

Gun deaths are on the rise in the country and Latinos are suffering some of the worst consequences. Although California has some of the strictest gun control laws in the country, residents continue to be rocked by mass shootings. A recent survey shows that while immigrants are concerned about gun violence, few express a desire to buy guns while others see gun ownership as an option to protect their families. Heidi de Marco of Kaiser Health News reports on the debate from Los Angeles.

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