Is Obama taking a tip from the NRA?
The Justice Department today announced it will put aside $45 million dollars to put more police officers in public schools. It's an idea the NRA pushed immediately after the Sandy Hook elementary shooting.
Schools around the nation are struggling to find ways to prevent another Sandy Hook. David Mattingly is OutFront with just how far one school is taking this mission.
Across the country, we're seeing a series of blows to gun control. In Chicago, gun owners will no longer have to register their firearms - putting an end to a policy that has tracked guns in the city for more than 40 years.
In Missouri, a controversial measure that would have prevented enforcement of federal gun laws nearly passed. A push to override the governor's veto fell just one vote short of approval in the state Senate.
And in Iowa, the legally blind can legally get a gun permit. State law says every Iowan has the right to carry a weapon - but what about safety?
CNN's Ted Rowlands is OutFront with the story.
Across the country, there is a growing movement against gun control laws, and it could influence whether we see tougher laws in the future.
In Colorado, a recall vote is underway to oust two prominent Democratic state senators who backed some of the toughest gun control laws in the country.
And Missouri is on the verge of becoming the first state to make it a crime for federal agents to enforce federal gun laws. That would make it a crime to enforce background checks.
CNN's George Howell has more OutFront.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is set to be honored for his efforts to pass new gun control measures.
But this honor comes amid a backdrop of increased gun sales in Newtown.
A town that found itself at the forefront of the debate over new gun laws following last year's school shooting.
Poppy Harlow is OutFront with a look at what's behind the spike in Newtown's gun sales.
Exposing potentially unsafe gun owners. There's now an app for that.
And it's already causing quite the uproar.
That's because it's a cellphone app that allows users to tag the homes of gun owners they deem reckless, and then share that information with the world.
That raises the question: is the app a safety precaution or an invasion of privacy?
OutFront tonight: Comedian Dean Obeidallah, Radio Show Host and Comedian Stephanie Miller and CNN Contributor Reihan Salam.