It's become all too familiar--a tragedy that's been repeatedly played out in the news: a mass shooting happens, politicians offer up thoughts and prayers, and calls for change are echoed across the country.
In May, Uvalde became part of a growing list of cities around the United States after a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School, killing 19 children and two teachers.
But with so many loud voices speaking up and offering opinions, who is listening to those who matter most?
CBS 11 reached out to those most impacted by mass shootings in Texas and asked them what questions they have moving forward. And with them, we are searching for answers.