Gun control and security measures often get much of the attention following a mass shooting. Another part of the equation is mental health, a challenge many of the shooters dealt with. WRAL News decided to examine whether people in North Carolina are getting the care when they need it and whether the state is doing enough to prevent the next mass shooting from happening here.
Aldona Wos, North Carolina's new Secretary of Health and Human Services, met with lawmakers for the first time today.
Click below each question to see how responses vary by group.
Gail Neely served as the assistant director of North Carolinians Against Gun Violence for six years and became the executive director in April 2012.>
Donnie Harrison was sworn in as Wake County sheriff in 2002 and has served 45 years in law enforcement.>
Mike Tilley founded Personal Defense & Handgun Safety Center Inc. in Raleigh in 1996 and serves as the owner and operator.>