PBS NewsHour | Clip | Scottish town devastated by gun violence has advice for U.S.
For the Scottish town of Dunblane, one deadly shooting massacre was enough. After 16 children and a teacher were murdered in 1996, Britain outlawed hand-gun ownership. After years of watching deadly shootings in the U.S. with little change in American attitudes toward gun control, some in Dunblane feel inspired by students in Parkland, Florida. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.