SALT LAKE CITY -- In the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando the debate over gun policy is heating up, and Utah Representative Curtis Oda came to the FOX 13 News Studio to discuss the issue.
Oda, a Republican who represents District 14, considers himself an advocate for the rights of gun owners. See the video above for his interview, including his answers to the 3 Questions listed below:
- How do we balance Second Amendment rights with the need to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, terrorists and the mentally ill?
- The Orlando shooter was on a terrorist watch list, should those kinds of people be able to purchase guns?
- Should more people be carrying guns, or should fewer people be carrying guns?