HOUSTON -- The subject of guns is polarizing. Many of us have a "talk to the hand" attitude toward the subject, feeling guns are bad and that's the end of the story. And some of us are ready to pack "concealed" heat wherever we go.
Sadly, gun violence continues to be on the rise against innocent citizens. There are individuals with the driven "need" to kill others for religious reasons, distorted ideologies, workplace stress, and the list goes on and on. So what happens when businesses ban guns on their properties? Should they assume more responsibility of protecting customers and bystanders?
Grego thinks it's time to start a conversation.