EDISON - In the wake of the deadly mass shooting in Colorado, several New Jersey state senators say they want federal gun laws strengthened to prevent future mass shootings. However, New Jersey's Senate president argues that the state's gun control laws are tough enough.
State Senate President Steve Sweeney says there's nothing wrong with New Jersey's gun laws. He believes the key to keeping citizens safe is making sure the laws are enforced.
For more with Sweeney, watch his exclusive interview with News 12 New Jersey's Luke Margolis this weekend on 'Power and Politics.'