After the University of North Carolina-Charlotte campus shooting, North Carolia’s Governor Roy Cooper is looking at passing gun control.
The Washington Times reports that the North Carolina governor “has vowed to take a hard look at how to keep guns away from universities and schools after a fatal shooting at a campus.”
The UNCC shooting on April 30, 2019 witnessed a gunman kill two people and wound four others.
Cooper stated that students shouldn’t walk into class with fears, nor should their parents be afraid of their kids being in danger while at school.
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