After the mass shooting in Las Vegas that has left nearly 60 people dead, the question now arises as to what the country can do to ensure that mass shootings don't continue to happen. U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville) feels the focus should be on doing more to help mental healthcare in the country.
Davis says although the United States has already enacted mental health reforms at the federal level, more still needs to be done.
Davis, who was involved in a mass assassination attempt himself in June, says enacting stricter gun control legislation won't solve the issue.
Davis says he hopes Americans can unite on the issue to find a way to stop the mass shootings from happening.
Davis appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.