This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held from the town hall with student Carly Movell. [MOVELL - recounts what we talked about with members of Congress about the need for change so we can feel safe; states it is about mental health, but they should not be allowed to get guns; notes these events are becoming repetitive.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) At the town hall: [Broward County Sheriff Scott ISRAEL - addresses the gathering; asks Stoneman Douglas High School students to stand; praises the students; how he said "never again" to himself, that those with mental illness should not have a gun.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Stoneman Douglas students Julia Cordover† & Jonathan Blank & Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky. [CORDOVER, BLANK, HUNSCHOFSKY - offer views on their meeting with President Trump, that gun control changes are near, steps towards a solution, the key components on gun control & school security, the reaction in the community.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from former First Lady Michelle Obama about gun reform quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: David Axelrod) The prospects for actual gun legislation with bill failure after Newtown, President Trump's rhetoric today at the White House, what the president could do, but there is the political calculus discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The speech at the state capital by student Sophie Whitney introduced. [WHITNEY - says we are going to make a change: help us for our fallen 17.] [In live interview, Never Again MSD co-founder, WHITNEY - talks about meeting with Florida Governor Rick Scott, what was discussed, the prospects for a Florida bill, her reaction to the protests.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Sunrise: Alisyn Camarota) The turnout for the town hall discussed.