Colorado lawmaker wins recall fight against gun rights groups
So-called "red flag" laws allow courts to confiscate weapons from people found to be at risk of harming themselves or others. Currently, 17 states and the District of Columbia have passed such measures. Gun rights groups have fought against them, and have even -- as in the case of Colorado lawmaker Tom Sullivan -- attempted to recall legislators who back stricter gun control. But some say that the failed campaign to recall Sullivan could be a sign of a changing tide. Barry Petersen reports.