The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday over whether the government may bar people subject to domestic violence protective orders from owning a gun. According to research, women are five times more likely to die when a domestic abuser has access to a gun. Kelly Roskam, director of law and policy at the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, joins John Yang to discuss.
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