Though it is not legally binding, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli stood up for the Second Amendment in a recent legal opinion that he issued in response to a request from a delegate. Current Virginia law states that citizens can only carry in places of worship if there is "good and sufficient reason." In his opinion, Cuccinelli states that personal protection IS "good and sufficient reason." Cam Edwards speaks with Pastor Kenn Blanchard of The Urban Shooter podcast about the interpretation. Originally aired 4/12/2011.