Florida State Senate Passes Gun Measure

The Florida State Senate passed a bill that creates new gun restrictions by raising the age of a purchaser from 18 to 21 on rifle sales. Even those that would not be deemed, “assault-style rifles.”
Also puts into law a 3 day waiting period.

Pro-gun proponents aren’t happy with the bill. Some say the only decent thing about the proposal is that it would allow some school personnel and teachers to be armed.

Also, gun proponents feel fortunate because days after the Parkland Florida school shooting, some republicans were flirting with the idea of banning certain “assault weapons.” But they measure was defeated.

Several Florida Democrats opposed the bill by stating gun control measure didn’t go far enough and said they were not happy with the idea of allowing teachers to carry guns.

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