One year after Sandy Hook, Indiana's gun controls have changed little, despite much rhetoric from those who both oppose and support gun control.
The sister of one of the Newtown victims is calling on Congress to support gun control as part of a nationwide bus tour that passed through Indiana Thursday.
An amendment to a school safety bill creates a new position called a school protection officer and requires each school to have one.
The measure would provide at least $10 million in matching grant money for Indiana schools to hire more school resource officers.
Founder Shannon Watts says politicians need to take action to address gun violence, especially in the wake of recent mass shootings.