As gun law debates rage, most agree ‘you cannot legislate evil’

Concerts. Football watch parties. Baseball parks. Churches.

These days, it seems no where is safe.

This year alone, more than 530 people have been shot and killed in mass shootings, including a week ago at a tiny rural church in Sutherland Springs, outside of San Antonio, leaving our nation saddened, confused and pointing fingers.

Each time, even before many have had time to mourn the lives lost, the issue turns political.

Some Democrats call for action, saying more restrictions are needed.

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