Sharon Risher: A voice for gun reform

DALLAS (WCBD) —  When nine people were killed during bible study at Emanuel AME Church, a chaplain at a Dallas hospital was comforting a family whose loved one had died.

Sharon Risher did not know that her own mother had just died at the hands of a man committed to starting a race war.

In an interview you will only see on News 2, she tells Carolyn Murray that she is now on a crusade to make it more difficult for some people to get guns.

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