The National Rifle Association fired back at the March for Our Lives on social media. A host on the NRA's YouTube channel called it "A March for Their Lies" and told the Stoneman Douglas student activists if their schoolmates hadn’t died, "No one would know your names." CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports.
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