The fracking issue wasn't the only one to bring protestors onto B.U's campus during the President's visit on Friday.
There were also people there protesting gun laws.
One group called on the President to protect the Second Amendment and listen to what people are really saying instead of passing laws they say restrict gun ownership.
"He's not listening to what the issues are. You can't just throw a law out there.
There's laws on the book, there have been laws on the book. It hasn't worked.
and until you address the real issues, nothing is going to change and that's what we're out here trying to bring attention to."
Hemmer said young people need to be educated more on gun safety and that people from both sides of the gun debate need to work together to solve these issues.
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