Will gun reform take center stage at the upcoming Democratic debate?

Odessa and Midland police and sheriff's deputies surround a white van
Odessa and Midland police and sheriff's deputies surround a white van in Odessa, Texas, on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019, after reports of gunfire.
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The gun debate is heating up again after a mass shooting in Texas that left seven people dead and wounded 22 others. Will that issue take center stage at the upcoming Democratic debate? Political scientist Wendy Schiller joined guest host Tiffany Hanssen for a conversation about the gun debate and the shrinking field of presidential hopefuls.

Guest:
Wendy Schiller is the Chair of Political Science at Brown University.

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