(St. Paul, MN) -- The debate over gun control continues in the wake of last week's school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Hamline Law Professor Joe Olson mirrors the sentiments of the National Rifle Association--which Friday called for armed police to be in every American school. He says force must be met with equal or greater force. But Heather Martens (MAR-tenz) with the anti-gun group Protect Minnesota says the NRA is missing the point. She says that mentality doesn't prevent the mentally ill from obtaining guns in the first place. A gun control task force headed by Vice President Joe Biden is expected to send its recommendations to the president next month.