By Leisa Zigman
St. Louis, MO (KSDK) - The gun debate battle is heating up again in St. Louis and around the nation in the wake of the Colorado shooting that left 12 people dead and dozens more injured.
There is a lot of passion on both sides of the issue and Friday night two women with very different views debated in our studios.
Lyda Krewson, (D) 28th Ward Alderman, led the unsuccessful fight to stop Missouri's conceal carry law from passing. In 1995, Krewson's husband, architect Jeffery Krewson, was shot and killed in the Central West End during a robbery.
Amy Chase King is a gun rights advocate and owner of Metro Shooting Supplies.