Sister of Oxford school shooting victim: Mandate gun storage
The big sister of a teen killed in the rampage at Oxford High School is urging Michigan lawmakers to pass legislation mandating safe storage of guns.
Reina St. Juliana, a junior at the school, calls it a commonsense way to prevent future shootings.
Four students, including Hana St. Juliana, were killed. Reina St. Juliana questions why the Legislature isn't taking up the bills.
The 15-year-old charged in the attack illegally had a handgun his father bought days earlier.
The legislation would require adults to keep a firearm in a securely locked container if they know it's accessible to minors.