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Host Bray Cary takes a trip to the Old Dominion Gun Show in Beckley to find out first-hand what background checks are required and what measures ensure guns don't fall into the hands of criminals. He spoke with Show Promoter Terry McFarland, gun collector Ollie Smitty, gun dealer Terry Groves, and patrons Kim Lilly, Tim Cyrus, and Dakota Cyrus.

Emily Chittenden-Laird, Executive Director of the West Virginia Child Advocacy Network joins us to discuss the importance of protective programs and funding.

And finally, Dale Lee, President of the West Virginia Education Association stops by to talk about the proposal to have armed law enforcement stationed at schools, and merit-based compensation for teachers.