Florida school becomes first in U.S. to have guards with long guns, one year after Parkland shooting


One year after the Parkland massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a school in Manatee County, Florida, has become the first in the country to have armed guardians carrying long guns. Although the community is divided on the subject, there are parents and administrators who support the decision and feel that students are safer. Jamel Laneé of WFLA reports.