Mass shootings is a serious issue. That's not the argument. It's how we deal with this complex issue that we argue on. I personally believe sensible gun laws is the answer. Gun access to people with a history of gun violence is way to easy. Also, assuat rifles and semi-automatic guns should not be accessible for people to hold personally hold in public or at home. If people are adiment on keeping high capacity guns, their should be a facility that they can keep it at. It stays there and they can have all the fun they want in shooting it, but the gun cannot leave the facility. And keep hard restrictions to further prevent it from being used and abused in such facilities. In the end those rifles shouldn't be allowed on the streets or at home. Now to the people who want guns in school. I believe that's trying to treat the symptom without acknowledging the root cause. And this way of treating the system could potentially cause more violence and harm in the schools. It's hard to know who is "good" or "bad" in a shooting. Which can confuse people and result in more deaths.