Does the popular vote count; Banning guns at state buildings

Should the popular vote matter more than it does, and should guns be allowed at state-owned buildings.

Part 1: Does the popular vote count?

All three Republican candidates are in Manhattan Thursday night ahead of Tuesday's Primary.

Trump, leading his party in delegates and Bernie Sanders has won seven out of eight states. But when it comes to picking a nominee, getting votes is not all that matters. Is the process fair - or foul?

On the panel

Ronna Romney McDaniel, Chair, Michigan Republican Party

Wendy Day, Ted Cruz campaign

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts

Mark Brewer, former Democratic Party chair

Part 2: Banning guns at state-owned buildings

Should the right to carry guns be banned at state-owned buildings? Some say that getting rid of guns on the premises makes good sense while others say it makes those buildings bigger targets.

On the panel

Steve Dulan, professor of firearms law, Cooley

Josh Wade, open carry advocate

Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D-Oak Park)

Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield)

Part 3 On the Road

Charlie Langton asks metro Detroiters if there should be guns at state-owned buildings.

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